Odell Haggins in a sombrero; Tony The Tiger and a band; the Seminoles were greeted in style after arriving for the Sun Bowl.
Gus Malzahn still thinks about 2013 FSU at least once a week.
Miami made history last night in its shutout loss to Louisiana Tech in the Independence Bowl:
Miami is the 3rd program in FBS history to compete in bowl games in consecutive seasons and combine for 3 or fewer points (1959-60 Alabama, 1990-91 Illinois).— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) December 27, 2019
Miami scored 3 points against Wisconsin last season in the Pinstripe Bowl, and was shut out vs Louisiana Tech today. pic.twitter.com/a14Fhghafj
How did Ron Dugans lock up one of the better WR classes in the country? By leaning on what Bobby Bowden taught him.
FSU is back in the recruitment for Louisiana speedster Corey Wren. (VIP)
Wren was committed to Georgia from June 21 until Dec. 3 of this year. Since re-opening his recruitment, Wren has visited Maryland but did not sign with anyone in December. He’s working on setting up other visits and tells Zach Blostein of Noles247 that he’s considering Florida State for his final official visit on Jan. 31, the weekend before Signing Day.
“They might be my last official visit, honestly,” Wren told Noles247.
Wren has taken a total of three official visits, besides Maryland, he visited Arizona State and Houston back in June. Wren has two trips remaining. He was originally offered by FSU back in March.
17th ranked FSU Hoops is back in business tomorrow at the Tuck vs. North Alabama; it will also be on the ACC Network:
Women’s Basketball is back after the long vacation as well. 8th-ranked Women’s Basketball continues ACC play vs. Virginia Tech at 2:00 PM at the Tuck.
Not one, not two, but three Seminoles made ESPN’s All-Time All-America Team. Deion Sanders is obvious but can you guess the other two without looking at the article?
Patrick Peterson, Jalen Ramsey, Minkah Fitzpatrick, & Tyrann Mathieu in the same secondary would’ve been sick.