A clean sweep of the UGA regional, double digit runs scored in all three games; FSU completely dominated FAU & UGA twice to advance to the Super Regionals.
All good things must come to an end...but not yet baby!— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) June 3, 2019
We're advancing to the Super Regionals for the 17th time!
WP: Grady (9-5)
LP: Wilcox (3-2) pic.twitter.com/9Fyjw1Lyik
It’s the 17th Super Regional appearance for FSU; which is the most of any school.
Everyone was good this weekend but these Seminoles were outstanding.
I believe in the power of positive thinking. Willie Taggart believes in it as well and he wants the FSU fanbase to apply that belief to the offensive line.
“It’s been years and I get it. But when it comes to offensive line, it only takes one guy to be bad and they all look bad. They’re all not bad,” Taggart said to fans during his final Seminole Boosters spring tour stop in Miami Gardens on Friday. “After three years, that’s all I’ve been hearing, how bad our offensive line is. I hear it from our fan base. I hear it from other fan bases. To be honest with you, I’m tired of hearing it.
“...I think our guys will give us a little more if they know we believe in them. Let’s leave that to our other fans, to talk about our guys. Let’s encourage our guys, let’s have an expectation for them. Our guys know that in order for that to change, we’ve got to do it.”
Trevor Lawrence, Tua Tagovailoa they’re Tier 1 quarterbacks; James Blackman and Feleipe Franks? They’re tier 3 quarterbacks.
Bill Connelly’s Miami preview is here and Miami was built to win last year and they’re kind of built to win this year too (offensive line not as good) but quarterback play will likely keep them from ascending to new heights.
Juco WR Omar Manning, previously at TCU has been offered by FSU; he’s arguably the top JUCO WR in the country:
Future 2021 five-star Agiye Hall has scheduled another visit to FSU.
Three-star Cocoa offensive lineman Richard Leonard has trimmed his list as his decision date nears.
The top 100 FSU players of all-time countdown continues; No. 90? Offensive tackle Brett Williams.