The scheduled Florida State football home opener vs. ULM on Saturday will no longer be played due to Hurricane Irma.
State and university officials have made the decision to close the university beginning Friday through Monday, due to Hurricane Irma. This includes canceling Saturday’s match-up between the Seminoles and the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks.
ALL FSU ATHLETICS EVENTS SCHEDULED FOR THIS WEEKEND ARE CANCELLED INCLUDING SATURDAY’S FOOTBALL GAME. Info: https://t.co/LxTBNwNzSa for— Florida State Univ. (@floridastate) September 8, 2017
After suffering a season-ending patellar tendon injury, Florida State QB Deondre Francois has come out of surgery successfully. He took to Instagram earlier this week to share a note with Seminoles fans.
Surgery today was a success! Thank you so much to everyone who sent their thoughts, prayers and support. The power of prayer is amazing and I appreciate it more than you know! It seems terrible right now but God is teaching me a valuable lesson about life and I know this is all apart of his plan. I love and miss my brothers and I know they'll play for me and give it all they got. From the bottom of my heart 1️⃣2️⃣ will be back better than before... God willingly ⏳ Jeremiah 29:11 Philippians 4:13 Psalms 27
The Associated Press released a match-up review for this week’s game versus Louisiana-Monroe, including what’s at stake for the Seminoles.
Francois’ injury leaves the Seminoles needing to start a true freshman at QB and here is a full breakdown on how that happened.
We provided an updated summary of Jimbo Fisher’s injury report for what was planned to be the Seminoles week 2 game.
The Seminoles recently extended an offered to offensive guard Caedan Wallace from Hun School in Princeton, New Jersey. According to 247Sports Composite Ranking, Wallace is ranked the No. 157 overall prospect for the class of 2019, No. 6 in the state of New Jersey and No. 7 at his position.
Honored to receive an offer from The Florida State University #GoNoles pic.twitter.com/WCe8Q1dKrr— special cäe ™ (@caedanw) September 6, 2017
Although this week’s game is still being played, Hurricane Irma is greatly affecting commitment announcements all around. 247Sports offers a full update on commitment dates for Florida State recruits.
Per ESPN’s Adam Scheffer, Sebastian Janikowski and the Oakland Raiders have finally settled contract disputes.
Raiders and Sebastian Janikowski resolved contractual differences, per sources. The longest tenured Raider in history remains in Oakland.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 7, 2017
Florida State football alum Danny Kannell has joined CBS Sports Digital, following his time at ESPN. In a press release earlier this morning, the CBS team shared that Kannell brings well established experience and knowledge to their analyst team.
“I can’t say enough about how excited I am for this opportunity to join CBS Sports Digital,” said Kanell. “As our industry is changing by the minute, I wanted to be part of a company who is at the forefront of delivering content directly to the consumer on multiple screens. I’m proud to be a member of the CBS Sports family.”
ACC released the conference schedules for men’s basketball. Be sure to check out our breakdown of this year’s schedule.
First at the 2017-18 Schedule #Noles— FSU Basketball (@fsuhoops) September 7, 2017
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Looking ahead to this basketball season, Sport’s Illustrated offered their take on the Seminole’s newest top-flight recruit, M.J. Walker. After losing Dwayne Bacon and Jonathan Isaac to the NBA, Walker looks to make an immediate impact this season.
With a sturdy frame that will facilitate the adjustment to bigger, stronger defenders, Walker should hit the ground running as a basket-attacking, wing-scoring threat. He’ll have help on the perimeter from players like guards C.J. Walker, Trent Forrest and Terrance Mann.