The Florida State Seminoles had an up and down homecoming this past weekend. While FSU football got on a three-game win streak after a victory over the University of Massachusetts (that hasn't happened since 2017) no. 1 women’s soccer fell to Duke in Durham.
Check out the latest news about what happened over the weekend:
Florida State faced off at home and routed the University of Massachusetts in a slaughterhouse of a contest 59-3. Defensive end Jermaine Johnson II only recorded one tackle during the game but was named ACC mid-season defensive player of the year:
- Defensive back Jarvis Brownlee II had a strong showing while racking up three tackles and a pick-six. The physical back showed his overall effort and presence that earned him the honors to smash the rock:
- Running back Jashaun Corbin had himself a day on the field Saturday and helped the Noles to have one of the best yards per-carry average in the country:
I can’t take credit. All glory to God, my teammates, my coaches, & everyone included ❤️ forever thankful ! https://t.co/0CyHjUUu2q— Jashaun Corbin (@Jashaun06) October 23, 2021
- Tomahawk Nation’s wonderful and handsome staff provided offensive and defensive breakdowns of the game which can be found here and here. Full game-day coverage and a recap from Saturday can be found here:
- The Seminoles are now set to face the Clemson Tigers in Death Valley this weekend and open up as 11 point underdogs which is all the more reason to bring home some sod. You can catch the game Saturday at 3:30 p.m. on ESPN.
There were lots of offers over the week, some high-profile visits, and concern about a certain 5-star recruit looking at places other than FSU, but all of that is being discussed over in the Tribe #22 recruiting thread. Get your fix and ask your questions to experts Josh Pick, NoleThruandThru, and Tim Scribble.
- After conceding a draw to the North Carolina Tar Heels on Friday to end their 14 game winning streak, the lady ‘Noles fell to the Duke Blue Devils on the road 0-1.
- The ‘Noles are set to take on Virginia at home in Tallahassee at 7:00 p.m. ET on Thursday.
- Women’s Volleyball improved to 7-3 with a victory over Wake Forest 3-0. ACC academic honor roll student Lauryn Burrows made season highs (two assists and one block) against the Demon Deacons.
- Meanwhile, on the men's side of things, head coach Chris Poole became the fastest coach to reach 200 ACC wins in history after beating Virginia Tech 3-0: