You might have used last night to forget about this one, so i’ll get it out of the way first: FSU fell to ASU in a very sloppy Sun Bowl.
And now that you know how the it played out, go see how right/wrong we were in our staff predicitions.
Our Dakota Moyer is back at it again with his perfect handwriting, this time debating FSU’s all-decade team. Do you agree? Who make’s your list?
Wake Forest will have to deal with a shakeup in the QB room with Jamie Newman announcing his intent to transfer:
Big news here on the QB grad transfer market. Jamie Newman is looking for a new school. Really talented strong-armed former 3-star QB recruit who blossomed into a star at Wake. Had a 26-11 TD-INT ratio. https://t.co/ziEvgEPwyN— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) December 31, 2019
FSU Hoops entered the new year coming off of a W over conference foe Georgia Tech.
It’s been a great decade for FSU Basketball under Leonard Hamilton:
Been a nice decade for us but we’re just getting started. # pic.twitter.com/TNSlv4s7Ou— FSU Hoops (@FSUHoops) December 30, 2019
A couple of former FSU Hoops standouts are showing out in the G League:
Final— AguaCalienteClippers (@ACClippers) December 30, 2019
: https://t.co/rMHcoN4gVN#WeAreIE pic.twitter.com/S9N1vwedny
Jameis Winston finishes the year as the league’s leading passer:
Brooks Koepka has been dealing with a nagging knee injury, but it looks like the world no.1 is ready to make a major comeback: