Seminoles recruiting named their players of the game from Florida State’s victory over Boston College and they come as no surprise:
Game 10 Players of the Game | vs Boston College pic.twitter.com/U2EwcZDoeq— Seminoles Recruiting (@FSU_Recruiting) November 12, 2019
Defensive Tackle Jeffrey M’ba will travel from his hometown of Paris, France to take an official visit at Florida State. If this graphic is any indication, opposing offensive lines don’t fare well against the Parisian:
Exited to coming to Tallahassee for my official visit — Hλιος (@jeffrey_mbaa) November 12, 2019
GO NOLES !!!!! pic.twitter.com/1Chvb15xC0
A reminder that Leonard Hamilton is one of the most underrated coaches in the country. No other coach has led an unranked team to more wins over the top 10 than Ham:
⬇️ @FSUCoachHam just Wins pic.twitter.com/rTPQBEQJ8E— FSU Hoops (@FSUHoops) November 12, 2019
Sticking with hoops, FSU JUCO commit Sardaar Calhoun has started hot through 5 games. He’ll have two years of eligibility left by the time he arrives on campus:
Through five games in JUCO, FSU commit Sardaar Calhoun is averaging 23.0 ppg and shooting 45% from deep— Basketball School (@MichaelRogner) November 12, 2019
In case you missed it, FSU Soccer has earned a 1-seed in the NCAA tournament for the second straight year, giving them home field advantage until the final four in San Jose, CA.
Recruiting is becoming more and more popular among fans who want to track how their school is preparing for the future. This is true for both men’s and women’s sports. However, there are some key differences in how recruiting rankings are handled in male and female sports.
Our Brett Nevitt broke down FSU Baseball’s newly-released 2020 schedule that includes a round-robin tournament against two teams they faced in postseason last year.
Pro Bowl voting is now open if you’d like to go vote for Dalvin Cook repeatedly.
Lamarcus Joyner was hurt towards the end of the Raiders’ Thursday night Victory over the Chargers and is now expected to be out a few weeks with a hamstring injury:
No Lamarcus Joyner at practice . . . I'd be surprised if we saw him before Kansas City game . . . #Raiders— Jerry McDonald (@Jerrymcd) November 11, 2019