FSU head coach Willie Taggart made his case for FSU to have its own stand-alone football facility on Wednesday, and athletic director Stan Wilcox echoed that sentiment.
Sam Howell is now the eighth Seminole in program history to get invited to the prestigious Elite-11 quarterback showcase. Deondre Francois, Jameis Winston, and E.J. Manuel are just a few of the ’Noles who have been there before.
The first 11 out of 24 QB's have punched their ticket to the #Elite11 Finals.— Elite11 (@Elite11) May 15, 2018
Stay tuned for the next round of invites, coming very soon... pic.twitter.com/RkS3XvuqNa
The number one running back in the 2019 class won’t be taking any visits this weekend, since he has some studying to do. Where’s the first place that Trey Sanders (@6sixGod_) will be going after finals?
RB @6sixGod_ won't visit anywhere this weekend (studying for finals). Visiting FSU next weekend.— SB Nation Recruiting (@SBNRecruiting) May 16, 2018
247sports has FSU at a 23% chance to land Sanders, behind UF at 54%.
FSU Golf finished just one spot away from advancing to the final round of the NCAA Golf Championship. The sixth place finish marks the first time in seven years that the Seminoles aren’t going to the finals.
That does it from Norman. Our run of 6️⃣ consecutive #NCAAGolf Championship Finals appearances has ended.#FSUGolf finishes sixth at -2, 1 spot away from advancing.— FSU Golf (@FSUGolf) May 16, 2018
Another outstanding year for our guys. A LOT to be proud of pic.twitter.com/0P6ZBqfLvr
She’s helped the Seminoles advance to the Sweet Sixteen with seven individual victories. Meet Andrea Garcia of FSU Women’s Tennis.
She has clinched 7 victories, 5 over ranked opponents and both victories over the Gators this year. Meet Andrea Garcia of @FSU_WTennis. pic.twitter.com/1n5KjJwEjd— FSU Seminoles (@Seminoles) May 16, 2018