Returning production has been a fairly decent indicator of a team’s success next year; so is FSU due for a bounce back season?
Auburn, USC, Miami, FSU? How many of these teams that had awful 2018s will have good 2019s?
New offensive coordinator Kendal Briles should have the unit moving faster, mitigating the risks of a porous O-line. His progress will be tested in Week 1 in Jacksonville against Boise State’s formidable defense.
Take a look at FSU’s final offensive line recruiting board.
2021 linebacker Chaz Chambliss is racking up the offers:
Another 2021 defender has been offered by Florida State, a Tallahassee native as well:
FSU is taking its shot at four-star QB John Rhys Plumlee this weekend.
Plumlee won’t be the only four-star on campus this weekend; Four-star rb Jamious Griffin will be visiting as well. The recent NC State decommitment was named Georgia’s Player of the Year as he rushed for 2,815 yards and 35 touchdowns.
Anthony Edwards is arguably the nation’s top basketball recruit & he’s eliminated Kansas from his recruitment. He’ll be on campus next weekend.
Noles Win!— FSU Women's Hoops (@fsuwbb) February 1, 2019
Florida State takes down rival and No. 23 Miami 62-58! pic.twitter.com/x5Q4mFWPGZ
What did you think of Deion Sanders’ 30 for 30 last night?
Speaking of FSU all-time greats, Warrick Dunn received another award:
Congratulations to Warrick Dunn who received the Fritz Pollard Association Lifetime Achievement Award. Warrick is a great young man has done some awesome things in Baton Rouge, Tampa, and Atlanta helping single moms move into their own homes. pic.twitter.com/DQR5LY4K78— Tony Dungy (@TonyDungy) February 1, 2019
If Lamarcus Joyner makes this type of play on Super Bowl Sunday he’ll be hoisting a Lombardi Trophy: