Florida State head coach Willie Taggart spoke some more about FSU’s second scrimmage after Monday’s practice as they prepare for the annual Garnet and Gold spring game:
Taggart raved about freshman linebacker Jaleel McRae’s performance during the scrimmage and also spoke about what the spring game will look like:
Coach Taggart says the first half of the spring game will be full tackle. Second half will be running clock and thudding. #FSU— Wayne McGahee III (@WayneMcGaheeIII) April 1, 2019
Seminoles.com also interviewed James Blackman, Cam Akers, and Dontavious Jackson.
Some sights and sounds from practice:
Trust the process.— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) April 2, 2019
Keep up the progress. pic.twitter.com/ZcMCBxhZPh
It’s Jamarcus Chatman’s turn to be the face of FSU football:
#FacesofFSUFootball pic.twitter.com/P4i2FQ50AA— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) April 1, 2019
FSU basketball great Terance Mann, the do-everything guard who helped lead Florida State basketball to new heights, has said goodbye:
End of an amazing chapter. pic.twitter.com/iUhkrpoYWZ— Terance Mann (@terance_mann) April 1, 2019
Mann said he wanted to be remembered as a winner, and he will. We will not forget.
FSU baseball will look to rebound as they host the Jacksonville Dolphins tonight at 6:00pm.
Here’s a look at what else is coming up:
Another busy week for your Noles! pic.twitter.com/qd150neDVA— FSU Seminoles (@Seminoles) April 1, 2019
FSU sophomore swimmer Patrick Butkovich led a large group of other student-athletes to Panama City to help with the cleanup from the devastation left behind by Hurricane Michael.
The Men’s Swimming and Diving teams performed well at 2019 NCAA Championships.
Senior Veronika Kanuchova won the Invite Hammer at the Florida Relays for Track & Field.
The Beach Volleyball team finished the Surf-and-Turf Invitational with a 3-1 record.
The 20th-ranked Women’s Tennis team took down the Clemson Tigers, while the Men’s Tennis team fell to the 11th-ranked Tarheels.