2020 three-start quarterback Kade Renfro, offered by Florida State last week, has decommitted from North Texas:
At this time I’ve decided to reopen my recruiting, and de-commit from the University North Texas. I’m thankful to have developed the relationships throughout the process. I’m looking forward to what the future holds and will be releasing my senior highlights in the coming days...— Austin “Kade” Renfro (@austin_renfro1) November 27, 2019
Since 1976, an unranked FSU team has never beaten a ranked Florida team. Offensive lineman Cole Minshew and the rest of the Seminoles will be aiming to end that streak on Sunday. “They’re ranked pretty high and all that, so we’re going to try to spoil their little good season they’re having this year,” Minshew told Seminoles.com.
If you’re extremely desperate for coaching search updates, you can read this Football Scoop with a heavy grain of salt (they say James Franklin, Matt Campbell, both Stoops brothers, and Matt Rhule are no gos, that Brian Kelly and Mike Norvell are huge maybes and that Lane Kiffin and Tom Allen have been vetted.)
Reminisce on the glory of the FSU-Uf rivalry in 90s with this piece from the Jacksonville Times-Union.
The Gators won’t be holding a blackout during the game Saturday, so as its been previously noted, it seems Florida State fans will be doing the main blacking out.
Florida State is getting ready to play in the Emerald Coast Classic in Destin for the first time ever, and here’s a nice article on Chipley native Trent Forrest getting a pseudo-homecoming because of it.
Former Seminoles baller Terrance Mann got some extended time for the Clippers tonight and made the most of it, recording six points and two steals in a win vs. the Grizzlies:
That's a Mann's dunk.— LA Clippers (@LAClippers) November 28, 2019
@FoxSportsWest | @terance_mann pic.twitter.com/B3bxWkMO3U
Jonathan Isaac also continues to do ridiculous things for the Orlando Magic:
Who else is giving thanks for @JJudahIsaac tomorrow?— Orlando Magic (@OrlandoMagic) November 28, 2019
Florida State women’s volleyball closed out its regular season in one of the best ways possible, taking down Miami 3-1.