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The Seminoles will begin conference play this weekend against the Louisville Cardinals. FSU’s third game of the season will kickoff at 7:30 ET on Friday.
Here’s a look at the Seminoles “icy” helmets that will debut on Friday at Cardinal Stadium:
The Noles will depart to Louisville, Kentucky today as they prepare for ACC play.
Getting ready to hit the road to Louisville! Make sure you say hello if you see the truck on the road. pic.twitter.com/6KgP9L8h2f— Seminoles Equipment (@SeminolesEQ) September 14, 2022
Star running back Treshaun Ward joins former FSU defensive back Bryant McFadden on the Champions Collective podcast to talk about his football journey:
NEW EPISODE— Champions Collective (@Champ_Collectiv) September 14, 2022
Florida State RB Treshaun Ward joins the Champions Collective. He chats with us about:
• Picking FSU
• The RB room
• Which rival he hates more@9mxvi_
Watch: https://t.co/aWzbRnj2tU pic.twitter.com/dlhberkLW0
FSU quarterback Jordan Travis has gained a multitude of fans and followers after starting his 2022 campaign with the best accuracy and confidence level in his career.
Two dual-threat quarterbacks will face off in a game where anyone has the ability to put on the burners and take it to the end zone.
Going head to head Friday pic.twitter.com/Dmxb4DRQMf— ACC Football (@ACCFootball) September 14, 2022
The Seminoles have three newcomers in their “Academic All-Stars” week reward:
The garnet and gold blood was shown in Week 1 of the NFL regular season. FSU had various defensive stars that changed their teams outcome last week.
Defensive back Asante Samuel Jr. had one of the toughest highlight plays in the entire league from Week 1, and Chargers head coach Brandon Staley would agree.
Florida State freshman Baba Miller has extremely high potential, already viewed as one of the top draft prospects in the ACC.
FSU’s women’s basketball team schedule has been released:
The Seminoles soccer team will take the field this Friday at 4:00 ET. They’ll be playing the Boston College Eagles on the road.
The Noles may have lost their match in Gainesville, but they’re headed back home in search for victory in the win column.
FSU volleyball will host UAB at 2:00 ET on Saturday.
Nike has released the Pegasus 39 in garnet and gold:
FSU softball head coach Lonni Alameda always spreads the garnet and gold love, especially when she passes by Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.