It’s different when the pads come on and FSU football got after it this past weekend with the pads coming on for the first time this spring.
The biggest news wasn’t the transition in practice but the transition in the quarterback room as Wisconsin grad transfer Alex Hornibrook will spend his final year at Florida State University.
Senior linebacker Dontavious Jackson is locked in this spring:
Linebacker commit Stephen Dix is racking up the awards this camp season:
FSU has had some bad luck on the QB recruiting front lately but even when you land a top-rated kid; it’s still largely a crap shoot if he pans out:
Here’s a list of all Jimbo’s QB recruits at FSU (as HC)— Look! A Hale tweet! (@ADavidHaleJoint) March 10, 2019
Record vs P5 as FSU starter:
TD:INT vs P5:
8 of 11 didn’t finish at FSU; 6 never started a game.
Since Jimbo left, Taggart has signed zero QBs. pic.twitter.com/Hsy8C7yXwf
Hopefully FSU QB commit Jeff Sims will end up being one of the ones that pans out.
Louisiana speed demon Corey Wren is really interested in FSU thanks to RB coach Donte Pimpleton.
2000 wins for Mike Martin; it’s something no college coach has done before in sport.
It’s no coincidence that MM are the roman numerals for 2,000.— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) March 9, 2019
For the first time in the history of NCAA athletics, a head coach has reached 2,000 career wins.
Congratulations to our beloved head coach, Mike Martin. pic.twitter.com/c4BYcdUOaA
FSU Basketball finished up one of the better regular seasons in program history and it’s clear that we definitely underestimated our Seminoles this year.
The fourth-seeded Seminoles will take on either Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, or Miami in the quarterfinals of the ACC tournament on Thursday afternoon.
Top-ranked softball went to Tucson and took two of three from 12th-ranked Arizona.