Well, yesterday was kind of fun, huh? (Unless you’re a Louisville fan). After not signing a quarterback since 2017, Florida State managed to officially bring in two signal callers yesterday, one being a signing day flip. Tate Rodemaker and Chubba Purdy are Florida State’s newest quarterbacks, and they join a class that new head coach Mike Norvell managed to hold together in two weeks. You can recap every recruit here in Tomahawk Nation’s recruit tracker.
If you want to hear Norvell talking about the first signees of Florida State’s 2020 recruiting class, we’ve got you covered.
2020 recruiting is the focus, but 2021 is still in progress:
Willie Taggart is gone, but we’re still celebrating ring rings on signing day:
Today’s a special day! Not only do I get to celebrate the addition of an incredible group of young men into the #NoleFamily but I get to celebrate 15 years of marriage to the most incredible woman I have ever known. Happy Anniversary Maria, I LOVE U and am so grateful for your❤️ pic.twitter.com/MSNygOUjIp— Mike Norvell (@Coach_Norvell) December 18, 2019
The eighth-ranked Florida State women’s basketball team followed up the men’s victory over North Florida with a 70-41 win over the Ospreys of their own. Freshman River Baldwin nearly put up a double-double in the win, scoring 18 points and registering eight rebounds, along with three steals.
Florida State’s 2020 schedule is out, and its got five teams (Washington, Alabama, Florida, Minnesota and defending national champion UCLA) that advanced to the Women’s College World Series last year.