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Florida State defensive end Jared Verse has been added to the Bednarik Award Midseason Watch List, given to the nations best defensive player.
Former Florida State running back Dalvin Cook has been active on FSU Twitter lately:
Dalvin, your stats against Florida teams (in Florida) during your FSU career:— PFF College (@PFF_College) October 12, 2022
1,436 Total Yards
11 Total TDs
48 Missed Tackles Forced https://t.co/sxoCz1Rtkw pic.twitter.com/E3jhalx5nP
FSU kind of sleeping not have retired that 4️⃣ yet ♂️— 4️⃣ (@dalvincook) October 12, 2022
Defensive lineman Dennis Briggs has been all over the line during his time at Florida State and it seems like he’s made an impact at whatever position he plays.
"My mentality is whatever the coach needs out of me, I'm there, I'm ready and I'm prepared."@Briggsdennis2 has today's practice report with @jeffculhane #NoleFamily | #KeepCLIMBing pic.twitter.com/h5NPc0qYdK— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) October 12, 2022
FSU offensive lineman continues to impress on and off the field, currently raising money for the victims of Hurricane Ian.
ICYMI: Here's my story on @FSUFootball's @GibbonsDillan, @jordantrav13, and @Malakai_Menzer.— Kenny Morales (@KennyMoralesTV) October 11, 2022
The trio started a GoFundMe to raise money for Hurricane Ian victims and in less than three weeks they've raised more than $25,000 #FSU | #Noles
MORE: https://t.co/rT0oBQVTS3 pic.twitter.com/uEXso9P3Ok
Former Florida State safety Lamarcus Joyner was the latest guest on FSU’s “Sod Talk,” hosted by Bryant McFadden.
This week's features three-time All-ACC performer and 2013 Unanimous 1st-team All-American Lamarcus Joyner, a 2nd-round NFL Draft pick who is in his ninth NFL season and second with the @nyjets in 2022— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) October 12, 2022
: https://t.co/VGar2FfrgB#NoleFamily | #KeepCLIMBing
Here’s a look at the Noles in the Pros highlights from Week 5 in the NFL:
The Noles kicked off the basketball season yesterday in Charlotte, North Carolina for the ACC Tipoff.
Mathew Cleveland and Caleb Mills represented the Seminoles, along with long-time head coach Leonard Hamilton.
A clear definition of the word “athlete,” Charlie Ward celebrated his birthday yesterday.
Florida State women’s basketball was also in attendance for ACC media day, as the players talked about their conference success and impact head coach Brooke Wyckoff has on the team.
FSU traveled down south to Juno Beach on Monday to face the UNC Tar Heels in the Stephens Cup for a three day match.
The Noles wound up losing to the Tar Heels, heading home as the runner-ups.
Florida State volleyball is fresh off a three game win streak, heading to Virginia and Pittsburgh this weekend to face two conference opponents.
FSU’s women’s soccer team will host the Duke Blue Devils tonight, debuting this years Paint it Pink jerseys for breast cancer awareness.