Another week, another top 10 opponent for Florida State Seminoles Football. Hear what Mike Norvell, Ron Dugans, Tamorrion Terry, and Maurice Smith had to say after Tuesday’s practice.
Can FSU cover (maybe even win?) for a second week in a row as they find themselves sizable home underdogs to UNC.
Have you tuned in to our new series, The Triple Option? Come for the top notch analysis, stay for Trey Rowland’s mustache:
Have you watched our new series yet? If not, is it because you’re intimidated by @trey_rowland59’s mustache?— Tomahawk Nation (@TomahawkNation) October 13, 2020
Don’t be. It’s your friend.
The Triple Option: #FSU scheme and film talk and analysis, always free, always on point, always mildly ridiculous:https://t.co/Q03vyAVhJ0 pic.twitter.com/d0kMG6MScl
Some great news as former FSU head coach Bobby Bowden has tested negative for covid-19 after a week-long bout with the virus. Bowden’s family was hopeful he would return home today, however Jim Henry of the Tallahassee Democrat reported Bowden would stay at Tallahassee Memorial to get his strength back:
Just talked w/ Steve Bowden, Bobby Bowden's oldest son. It doesn't appear coach will be released from TMH tomorrow. Physicians want to make sure coach's strength is where it needs to be.“His mind is great,” Steve said. “Our wish is that he comes home and recovers well.”— Jim Henry (@JimHenryTALLY) October 13, 2020
Seminole Booster’s CEO is optimistic for the future of FSU athletics. Also seems to be a big Home Improvement fan:
Reviewing the Unconquered Campaign this morning with leadership has me excited about the future of FSU Athletics!#GoNoles #OneTribe pic.twitter.com/wBqhRseUG4— Michael Alford (@SeminoleAlford) October 13, 2020
It hasn’t been the greatest news on the recruiting trail as of late, but you can stay up to date with all things FSU recruiting in our recruiting thread.
Our Brett Nevitt caught up with FSU infielder and son of head coach Mike Martin Jr., Tyler Martin, to dicuss expectations, his first fall ball, and more.
Is it college basketball season yet?
Locked in pic.twitter.com/Y6fJRrIGfL— Florida State Men’s Basketball (@FSUHoops) October 14, 2020
After leaving early in the second half on Minnesota’s matchup with Seattle, Dalvin Cook looks to have avoided any major injury and has been diagnosed with an adductor strain:
Dalvin Cook isn’t expected to play this Sunday against the Falcons after suffering an adductor strain, according to a source. The Vikings have a bye next week, then will re-evaluate if Cook is ready to return after that.— Chad Graff (@ChadGraff) October 13, 2020