Tomahawk Nation presents the Seminole Wrap podcast: Our Tim Scribble and Juan Montalvo addressed the Notre Dame game and yes, moral victories are a thing with this team, and it’s actually a good thing we can find them.
Our second episode of The Triple Option: They dive into the offense but also what exactly is the problem on defense. This is well worth the time!
FSU’s coaches addressed the media yesterday after the loss to Notre Dame and heading into North Carolina week. Head coach Mike Norvell spoke about Jordan Travis’ very good performance, as well as the ’Noles’ struggling defense. Offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham and defense coordinator Adam Fuller also addressed the media. Last but not least, special teams coach John Papuchis also spoke. His unit has been a consistent bright spot for the team this season.
Jordan Travis also addressed the media:
Jordan was on the @accnetwork this morning with @MarkPacker & @WesDurham. If you don't get the ACC Network, you are missing out!#ComcastCares ➡️ https://t.co/fZO7GeI19Vhttps://t.co/MbCKzeQ5Jd pic.twitter.com/91hqcN1u5r— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) October 8, 2020
“Each day brings new opportunities, allowing you to constantly live with love – be there for others – bring a little light into someone’s day. Be grateful and live each day to the fullest.” Roy T. Bennett #1%Growth #Stillblessed— Ron Dugans (@r81dugans) October 12, 2020
The kickoff time for the matchup against North Carolina has been moved.
Injury updates: We’ve got updates on Jordan Travis’ hand, as well as Hamsah Nasirildeen, whose services the ’Noles could desperately use.
The Tarheels are...just single-digit favorites?
Norvell fielded more questions last night during his Call-In Show.
Looking even further ahead, the kickoff time for FSU’s matchup against Louisville has also been announced.
Official Tribe 21 Recruiting thread. Stay up to date with all things Seminole recruiting.
There’s certainly a lot to talk about as FSU just lot their top-rated recruit for the 2021 class in linebacker Branden Jennings. Jennings is also a legacy recruit. Ouch.
Leonard Hamilton is elite at twitter:
How it started How it’s Going pic.twitter.com/M2BsXThyrS— Leonard Hamilton (@FSUCoachHam) October 8, 2020
The FSU Baseball Discussion Thread.
Junior Soccer player Jaelin Howell has been invited to the USWNT training camp.
Like a post card ... just picture perfect the plex is! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/4UtC9MfiLg— Lonni Alameda (@Coach_Alameda) October 7, 2020
Thankfully, Dalvin Cook’s groin injury doesn’t appear to be too serious. Cook has been the best most productive running back in the NFL this season:
#Vikings RB Dalvin Cook avoided a major injury Sunday night, when he left the loss to Seattle after tweaking his groin. “He’s good,” source said.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) October 12, 2020
Minnesota may exercise caution, with 0-5 Atlanta up next before the bye, then a divisional game Nov. 1 at Green Bay.
Cam Akers flashed coming off an injury:
Marvin “Shade Tree” Jones has consistently good perspective about FSU’s football program:
Haha I went FSU because I wanted to make the coffee, players today want instant coffee. Be part of the building and stop always wanting to be apart of the finished product. My pride is in knowing I was part of building the program. We need drivers & not just riders !!! #GoNoles— Marvin Shade Jones (@MarvinJonesJets) October 12, 2020
Lots of positives out of the ND game. Again it’s how they respond. That is key ! So let’s continue to support the program and see where it goes ! Us fans are not on the field what we say and do isn’t going to change a thing. Let’s make our positive encouragement contagious !!!!— Marvin Shade Jones (@MarvinJonesJets) October 12, 2020
Drew Brees returned to the Saints for one final season but has struggled. Is it time?
Charlie Ward turns 50! If you’re reading this it probably makes you feel very young or very old:
I’m overwhelmed with gratitude for the outpouring of love on my 50th birthday. By God’s grace I’ve lived to see another year and I’m grateful for His love, healing and mercy. I thank God for my beautiful family and friends. Thanks to all of you for the birthday wishes. God bless! pic.twitter.com/WZ38RcS390— Charlie Ward (@RealCharlieWard) October 12, 2020