- There’s a new tropical system in the Gulf of Mexico, and it could affect Florida State’s football game scheduled for this Saturday against Miami. This weekend was supposed to be both teams’ bye week, however Hurricane Irma postponed the original scheduled date back in September.
- According to a report from the Orlando Sentinel’s Safid Deen, Florida State officials, “Are monitoring the tropical storm and will continue to do so throughout the week.”
The storm is projected to hit Tallahassee with Tropical Storm winds affecting the area as soon as Saturday afternoon.
Looking around to possible spots for relocation, Atlanta, Jacksonville, and Tampa are all vacant this weekend. However, all three of those cities are also within the cone of concern.
- NOTE: Sources have told Tomahawk Nation that the game time could change from its scheduled 3:30 PM kickoff time to noon.
- For a more in-depth analysis of the hurricane (written on Wednesday afternoon) check that out here.
- Garry Smits breaks down the 61-year history between Florida State and Miami.
- Jimbo Fisher is very pleased with the poise true freshman QB James Blackman is showing through his first two starts.
- Can Miami starting QB Malik Rosier lead the ’Canes to a victory over FSU? You can also read what Fisher had to say on Rosier and the other young budding stars on Miami.
- Former FSU commit and current Oregon commit Isaiah Bolden was dismissed from his high school football team at Wesley Chapel. The four-star defensive back spoke to the Tampa Bay Times.
- FSU soccer hosts Boston College in its annual Paint it Pink game. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 PM and the game will be broadcasted on ACC Network Extra.