Who’s ready to get blacked out? Okay, maybe that came out wrong. Here’s what we mean.
That’s right — the Seminoles will be rocking the all-black jerseys for the first time since 2015-2016. The players are already excited.
Black out on Monday in Doak‼️‼️‼️ ✍ ️— Nyqwan Murray ™ (@yung_Talented8) August 29, 2018
First-string tight-end has a message for fans too.
While you’re at it, check out the season preview for the Seminoles’ offensive line.
Good news came for FSU on Wednesday. Taggart and company are likely to have one of their most talented defensive players ready to go on Monday.
Taggart says Joshua Kaindoh will play Monday too.— Tim Linafelt / FSU (@Tim_Linafelt) August 29, 2018
Virginia Tech will be coming into Tallahassee without a vast amount of experience.
There are 49 names listed in the #Hokies' two-deep on offense and defense. Of that group, 33 are sophomores or younger.— Andy Bitter (@AndyBitterVT) August 29, 2018
Sure the players are excited, but they’re also making sure that they show up to class.
First class. 4 @FSUFootball players in attendance. Sit toward front of room. Come up after class and introduce themselves. Jaw hits floor. I expect this with @FSUHoops, @fsuwbb, @FSU_Softball, @FSUGolf, @FSU_Volleyball, @FSU_Swimming etc. FOOTBALL? Thank you, @CoachTaggart— Mark Zeigler (@fsuzeigler) August 29, 2018
FSU’s starting quarterback Deondre Francois has been on quite the comeback journey since his injury last season.
It’s never too early to start thinking about bowl season. Here’s where the Garnet & Gold are slated to end up, according to the latest projections.
In case you missed it, here’s Willie Taggart’s full interview with The Jeff Cameron Show on 97.9 ESPN radio.
See where the Seminoles ended up on ESPN’s list of the most exciting teams to watch in College Football this season.
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