Pre-season lines are mainly teasers but it’s a little surprising to see FSU open as a very early favorite over Miami:
Even more opening spreads via @betonline_ag— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) March 19, 2019
FSU -1.5 vs Miami
Wis -5.5 Iowa
UGA -9 at Aub
UM -14.5 MichSt
USC -6 vs UCLA
UGA -15.5 vs A&M
OU -21 vs TCU
OhSt -10.5 PSU
Texas -3 Texas Tech
UW -7 WSU
Memphis -11.5 Cincinnati
Army -10 Navy
For the McDonald brothers FSU Football is a family affair.
Some really good discussion in this article about the optimum set-up along the offensive line this year; who would you choose?
Will Florida build on a successful year 1 or will FSU or Miami climb back to the top of the state in year two? (Insider)
Top 100 2020 wide receiver AJ Henning will visit FSU:
Four-star 2020 WR A.J. Henning will visit FSU next Tuesday and Wednesday.— Tashan Reed (@tashanreed) March 21, 2019
FSU has offered another offensive tackle, this time it’s alabama three-star Javion Cohen. He released an All-SEC top 7 but that changed after the ‘Noles came calling:
New #FSU target Javion Cohen released a "top 7" Monday and he now says he has a "top 8" with the #Noles offer he added today.— Chad Simmons (@ChadSimmons_) March 21, 2019
Why is FSU now high on his list and how soon is visiting? Visit https://t.co/UAiagiEv6J to find out: https://t.co/AMWM4UepfO pic.twitter.com/JQCRJ2b6zx
A ridiculous amount of threes from Verymont couldn’t stop FSU from achieving a program record 28th win; they face Murray State on Saturday.
FSU baseball is hoping for another Irish sweep to get back on track after a rough seven days:
PREVIEW: We swept the Irish last time we were here. We get underway tomorrow night.https://t.co/3A7ZrXCouC— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) March 21, 2019
Today at 4:15pm Women’s Basketball takes on Bucknell in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, Go Noles:
It’s time to come together as Seminoles and pray for one of our own; yesterday Phil Cofer learned that his father former NFL linebacker Mike Cofer passed away.
After passing on Derwin James last year despite being very interested; it would be hard for the Packers to pass on Brian Burns at No. 12.
Orlando Magic forward and former Seminole Jonathan Isaac is locked into FSU’s post-season opportunity: