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’Noles blow past Buffs on Polite’s 22 points

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After edging past UNC Greensboro in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the Florida State Seminoles Men’s Basketball team faced No. 5 seed Colorado in the second round. The ’Noles crushed the Buffaloes last night for a 71-53 victory. Up next — the No. 1 seed Michigan Wolverines. A big thanks to Brett Nevitt for covering FSU hoops up in Indianapolis.

It’s time to celebrate just how special this win was:

Ahem. Losing to a 15 seed? Couldn’t be our team.

Their season may have ended, but we couldn’t be more proud:

It didn’t have any outcome on the game but this might be the worst call in the history of the sport of basketball.

More to come?


Seminole Wrap podcast: A podcast edition you won’t want to miss as it’s been quite the last week for Florida State Seminoles athletics. Tomahawk Nation contributors Kevin Little and Brett Nevitt discuss the Baseball’s team’s ridiculous winning streak, the Men’s hoops team in a wild tournament so far, as well as the Football team’s first scrimmage of spring camp.


These threads move fast — The official Tribe 22 Recruiting Thread #3.

2022 QB commit coming for a visit:

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After aforementioned ridiculous baseball, FSU rocketed up the rankings. Outfielder Robby Martin also earned conference honors.

Junior golfer Beatrice Wallin leads the No. 2 Seminoles through first two rounds of Pinetree Women’s Collegiate, including in first place in the individual standings. Is there anything this school can’t do?

Check out what else is happening this week:


Hopefully some ’Noles earned themselves some money this weekend:

Inspirational poster quotes:

Fi is on the move:

A touching Michael Ojo tribute. Who kicked up dust and pollen in here?

Rookie seasons in the NFL can be rough. Moving, adjusting to being a professional, etc. Players often hit their second year running. Here’s hoping for Cam Akers: