Defensive tackle Marvin Wilson was named to the Bednarik Award Watchlist.
Big Marv spoke to Seminoles.com about being selected to travel with head coach Willie Taggart and receiver Tamorrion Terry to the ACC Football Kickoff.
Running back Cam Akers was named to the Maxwell Award Watchlist.
Las Vegas released some of their projected ACC win totals, and FSU comes in at 7.5. Will the ’Noles win more or less than 7.5 games this season?
FSU opens this season in just a few weeks with Boise State. Get caught up on the Broncos with the Athletic’s new Boise State beat writer.
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Women’s Hoops announces their 2019-2020 non-conference slate, and it features some heavy hitters.
Former FSU star Link Jarrett named the baseball coach at Notre Dame.
The ratings for the new Madden game are out, and some former ’Noles are considered elite players:
Here are the notable rankings:
C. Erving, KC - 67— Dakota Moyer (@DakMoyer) July 15, 2019
R. Darby, PHI - 82
T. Jernigan, PHI - 78
N. Bradham, PHI - 78
X. Rhodes, MIN - 86
D. Cook, MIN - 85
C. Jones, DET - 73
D. Christmas, SEA - 65
J. Sweat, PHI - 70
R. Izzo, NE - 69
E. Goldman, CHI - 85— Dakota Moyer (@DakMoyer) July 15, 2019
P. Robinson, NO - 82
P. Williams, NO - 75
L. Joyner, OAK - 85
C. Thompson, WAS - 79
D. Hopkins, WAS - 75
Former Seminole diving standout Katrina Young is competing at the 2019 FINA World Championships in South Korea.
The one and only Casey Weldon keeps our top 100 players countdown right on schedule.