Fred Jones continues to follow in his uncle’s (FSU legend Marvin Jones) footsteps; he’s headed to the New York Jets. And offensive lineman Derrick Kelly II is headed for New Orleans.
Looks like James Wilder, Jr. was serious about that WWE tryout; he’s all-in.
The last kicker to be drafted in the first round; the highest earning kicker in NFL history; Sebastian Janikowski is calling it a career. What’s next? Maybe being a taxi driver.
Sebastian Janikowski told ESPN that, after 19 seasons, he is retiring from NFL at the age of 41: “It was a good run. I still think of the Super Bowl - it still hurts.” He plans to turn into a cab driver, taking his 3 girls to school. Seabass made more $ than any K in NFL history.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 28, 2019
Some members of the Boise State faithful are worried that FSU is going to buy out the 2020 game in Boise.
Of FSU’s realistic bowl game destinations what would you prefer? Being from New Jersey I’m partial to New York.
Closing the book on spring football is one final look at FSU’s talented yet young wide receiver group.
FSU thinks four-star defensive end Chantz Williams is Brian Burns like; Chanzt Williams sees it too.
FSU has offered three-star offensive lienman Kobe Baynes; could he join teammates Jeff Sims & Derek Bermudez on the commitment list?
Local tight end Sage Ennis is working for a FSU offer.
FSU Baseball took two of three from Wake Forest; scoring 34 runs in the process:
We scored 34 runs this weekend in the series victory against Wake Forest.https://t.co/cDltB8SBxO— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) April 28, 2019
It’s only fitting that in their final ACC home series this remarkable senior class celebrated it with a sweep of Duke.
FSU Men’s Tennis placed two members on this year’s All-ACC team.