- The final Florida State football gameday of the season is upon us as the ‘Noles will take on Michigan in the Orange Bowl on Friday night. Tomahawk Nation’s own Curt Weiler and Andrew Miller have been in South Florida this week covering the events. Click here if you missed any features, interviews or practice reports from the past week.
- The Tomahawk Nation staff have locked in their Orange Bowl predictions. What do you think the final score of the game will be?
When I start to get sad about the end of the college season I remember this-- FSU/Bama week one next year. That will be epic.— Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks) December 30, 2016
- Some bowl game notes:
SEC is 12-17 vs ACC the past 3 seasons, including bowl games #ItJustMeansMore— Mark Schlabach (@Mark_Schlabach) December 30, 2016
ACC moves to 8-3 vs SEC this year with GT-UK and Lou-LSU left on the docket.— David Hale (@DavidHaleESPN) December 30, 2016
- At the Under Armour All-American practices in Orlando, we are getting a much better look at some FSU targets and commits. You can see a full breakdown from Thursday’s session here.
- Five-star DT Marvin Wilson said he has FSU and LSU on top of his board following the recent commitments to the programs.
Our first 5-star bump of the Under Armour Game is in. @_jkaindoh has been a no-brainer 5-star through two days: https://t.co/BDeGxYjtX4— Barton Simmons (@bartonsimmons) December 29, 2016
Two FSU stars update their recruiting efforts of other elite r...
We caught up with superstar recruits Stanford Samuels III and Cyrus Fagan and got the scoop on who they are recruiting to the Florida State Seminoles.Posted by TomahawkNation.com on Thursday, December 29, 2016
Can FSU flip elite safety Maleik Gray from Tennessee?
Can Florida State Seminoles Football flip this elite safety from Tennessee Football? He reveals that his idol is Jalen Ramsey, and that he trains with Ramsey's dad! Watch for more detials.Posted by TomahawkNation.com on Thursday, December 29, 2016
- Florida State Women’s basketball took down Miami on the road Thursday night by a final score of 81-66. The win over No. 11 Miami was the ‘Noles third over an AP top-25 school this season.
Make that 3-1 this season vs. the @AP_Top25 #FSUWBB #TogetherWeRise pic.twitter.com/SMaFKq0V4T— FSU Women's Hoops (@fsuwbb) December 30, 2016