Seminole Wrap podcast: Tomahawk Nation talks Florida State Seminole football’s two big transfer signings in quarterback McKenzie Milton and defensive end Jermaine Johnson, as well as taking on culture talk. Milton and Johnson also spoke with the media for the first time as ’Noles, and you can find their interviews there as well.
Coach AB brings back another excellent installment of Three Overreactions from FSU’s big transfer signings. Click for Coach’s takes, stay for the film clips.
The Triple Option: Norvell has been so active in the portal we can ignore Milton and Johnson for a moment and still have plenty of good play to break down with Jammie Robinson and Keir Thomas, plus a peek at the explosive DJ Williams.
All 11? But what will that Clemson offense look like?
In addition to Clemson getting back all 11 starters on defense, Xavier Thomas is returning as well. Should be a motivated group the way 2020 ended https://t.co/GlLn5l3L1I— Matt Connolly (@MattatTheState) January 18, 2021
The official Tribe21 Recruiting thread: National Signing Day draws closer as FSU wants to put the finishing touches on its 2021 class. Stay up to date.
Transfer Portal Talk #6: There’s over 180 comments — what are you waiting for?
Florida State’s Men’s basketball team dunked on Louisville last night on their way to their 4th straight win against the Cardinals. Don’t forget to check out the postgame content with interviews of head coach Leonard Hamilton and players.
Did I say dunked? Maybe it was punked:
Carlik Jones on FSU loss: “They punked us. We got in a hole and we couldn’t get out of it. Like I said, they punked us.”— Jody Demling (@jdemling) January 19, 2021
A Malik Osbourne dunk last night was reminiscent of another dunk against the Cards:
32 days until Opening Day and today’s preview is on Logan Lacey. Also, FSU ranked controversially? If I had a penny for every time I’ve heard that...
#FSU is the 7th ranked ACC team in the rankings. If that ends up being the case by season’s end, ill leave twitter— Brett Nevitt (@brettpn) January 18, 2021
NFL Awards season:
FSU fans are familiar with Cam Akers’ power, but not all NFL defenders are yet:
Cam Akers: 5-foot-10 and 217-pounds— Ian Hartitz (@Ihartitz) January 18, 2021
Za'Darius Smith: 6-foot-4 and 275-pounds pic.twitter.com/Ngu2YoBsfn
Hopefully James can stay healthy:
This defense has a chance to be special. Derwin James will be a fun chess piece for Staley. https://t.co/stlhV8tR7V— Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks) January 18, 2021
If you missed it, here’s Jameis Winston’s first NFL playoff touchdown: