Jordan Travis discusses his spring performance and how he’s blessed to follow in his brother’s footsteps:
Khalan Laborn is glad God didn’t take the game away from him.
Kendal Briles’ offense is making an early impression on recruits.
FSU is impressing three-star offensive tackle Thomas Strader. (VIP)
Shrader and family spent the full weekend at FSU, arriving Saturday for the game and staying an extra day to spend time with offensive line coach Randy Clements on Sunday.
“He’s a great dude, he cares about his players and that’s why they’re getting better, as I’ve seen over the spring,” Shrader said.
Where do the ‘Noles stand after a pair of spring visits to Tallahassee?
“Florida State is up there pretty high right now. I also like Duke, Kentucky, West Virginia and Louisville.”
Four-star Atlanta running back Jo’Quavious Marks returned to FSU for the spring game and the former teammate of current FSU running back Anthony Grant liked what he saw. (VIP)
“I really like the academics, the school and the players. It’s like a family. Me and Anthony Grant, we went to school in Atlanta and have camped together.”
While on campus Marks spent time with FSU running backs coach Donte’ Pimpleton.
“He likes how I fit based on the plays we run, it’s similar to what they run. He asked if I envision myself making plays at FSU,” he said.
With 16th ranked Clemson coming to town FSU won’t have many better opportunities to get back on track:
We've got No. 16 Clemson coming to Tally for a three-game set this weekend.— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) April 11, 2019
Help Meghan King bring home the Senior Class Award:
Congrats to @meghanking48 on being named one of 1️⃣0️⃣ finalists for the prestigious Senior CLASS Award!— FSU Softball (@FSU_Softball) April 11, 2019
YOU can vote for Meghan once per day between now and May 20 here⬇️https://t.co/0dPNFCVEFN#ATM #DNAE pic.twitter.com/4Ba7H7zy1L
Women’s Tennis beat No. 19 Virginia in dramatic fashion.
Men’s Tennis has suffered massive injuries to its roster and yet it’s in a good position to extend its 17-year NCAA tournament streak.