Time to start making plans as FSU’s spring game schedule is officially set.
Now that divisions are gone; this is the most anticipated schedule release yet.
ESPN’s VanHaaren says that Braden Fiske is ready for national attention in Tallahassee.
Braden Fiske is a defensive lineman who transferred from Western Michigan to Florida State this offseason. He didn’t get a ton of national attention, but he finished with 58 total tackles, 12 tackles for loss and six sacks in 2022. He’s going to add to a Florida State defensive line that’s returning Jared Verse and also added in Miami defensive tackle Darrell Jackson. I think Fiske is going to turn a lot of heads this season and get a lot more attention nationally on a bigger stage
Four-star WR Tawaka TJ Abrams has committed to Florida State. He’s been timed under 10.7 in the 100m deter dash as a 15-year old. That is some serious speed.
FSU now has two of the most dynamic playmakers in the state committed for 2024.
Unfortunately the women couldn’t get it done last night vs. Notre Dame.
The goat is back; Coach Sue will be in Tallahassee on Sunday as FSU celebrates her many accomplishments from her long-time career as FSU’s head basketball coach before her retirement last year.
A decade of ACC dominance:
For the 10th-straight year, your Noles have been picked to win the conference— Florida State Softball (@FSU_Softball) January 26, 2023
The Noles also had a conference-high five players on the Preseason All-ACC Team.#Team40 pic.twitter.com/zr34LPhWNV
Jammie Robinson is ready to prove his worth:
“I don’t understand why everybody is sleeping on me. I’ve been underrated for so long. My game is going to speak for itself in Mobile.”— The Draft Network (@TheDraftNetwork) January 26, 2023
If you don’t know FSU’s @JayRob_7 now, you certainly will after the @seniorbowl.#NFLDraft | #TheDraftStartsInMOBILEhttps://t.co/5OndxgiFIM
Future Cooperstown, NY resident Buster Posey is having his jersey retired by FSU in March.