If you haven’t heard, another offensive linemen will not be with the program next season.
ESPN College Gameday host Maria Taylor joined the program on Monday to speak some #mediamagic.
Sharing #mediamagic with @FSUFootball. pic.twitter.com/44vuWqZobj— Maria Taylor (@MariaTaylor7) February 26, 2018
Next up on mic’d up: wide receivers coach David Kelly. He doesn’t disappoint.
“This is the greatest blessing I’ve ever had other than my family is to be a part of Florida State.” - @coachdavidkelly #TheChase | #DoSomething— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) February 27, 2018
Florida State has offered 4-star 2019 safety Trikweze Bridges out of Lanett (Al.) Lanett. Bridges is the No. 18 safety in the class, and the No. 11 prospect in Alabama. Bridges also has offers from Alabama, Florida, and Tennessee to name a few.
Blessed to receive an offer from Florida State University #Noles @ChadSimmons_ @oanewspreps @JohnGarcia_Jr @LemmingReport @sam5k @justamom48XOS @Yellowhammer247 pic.twitter.com/rlH9c7Nuo1— #11Bridges (@TrikwezeB_2) February 26, 2018
4-star 2019 cornerback Andrew Booth took a moment to shout out one of the FSU greats. While he’s still undecided, the Seminoles are definitely in the running to land him. Booth also has offers from the likes of Alabama, Clemson, and Auburn.
#PrimeTime #21 #WeComin pic.twitter.com/Z2XbXKyHkt— Andrew Booth Jr. (@andrewbooth21) February 25, 2018
Remember that Florida State stud who recently played in the NFL playoffs, Jalen Ramsey? Yea, well, he wasn’t too shy to tell the truth about his ex-head coach.
He didn’t teach me not one DB technique... #ComeGetSomeRealTruth #GoNoles https://t.co/xb78Pery78— Jalen Ramsey (@jalenramsey) February 27, 2018
FSU basketball alum and first round pick Jonathan Isaac should (finally) be back on the court for the Orlando Magic this week.
February 26, 2018
Men’s hoops rough and extremely disappointing loss to NC State has hurt their NCAA tournament outlook in the most recent projections.
FSU baseball remains near the top of the most recent national rankings.
NEW @d1baseball TOP 10— NCAA Baseball (@NCAACWS) February 26, 2018
2. Oregon State
3. Texas Tech
4. Florida State
9. Ole Miss
10. Texas A&M