Bud Elliott is back on the latest edition of The Nolecast to tell you everything that you need to know for National Signing Day. He discusses the recruits in-depth and gives player-by-player predictions of where each athlete will end up.
Latest episode recorded last evening is out.— The Nolecast (@Nolecast) February 5, 2019
-Some QB chatter (we'll wait for Ingram's return for a longer discussion of that)
-Junior day brings some legitimately good news.
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The battle for FSU safety commit Nick Cross between Penn State and the ’Noles is something that fans should keep an eye on according to CBSSports.com writer Barton Simmons. Simmons also mentions Florida State’s “battle to make a Signing Day splash” at the end of the article.
Derwin James reached out to Cross on Tuesday via Twitter.
@Nick_Cross26 can’t wait to tell tomorrow Lil bro gone be great #nolenation‼️‼️— Derwin James Jr (@DerwinJames) February 5, 2019
2019 kicker commit Ryan Fitzgerald predicts a big day for Florida State today.
Some surprises are coming tomorrow... #Tribe19— Ryan Fitzgerald (@ryan_fitz88) February 5, 2019
The ’Noles offered 2021 inside linebacker Dequaveon Fuller on Tuesday. He is the younger brother of current 2019 FSU DL commit Quashon Fuller.
Blessed to receive my 2nd offer at Florida State University #GoNoles @quashonfuller @Rivals @rivalsons @RivalsWoody @rivalsmike @RivalsJohnson @RivalsChase @RivalsFriedman @CoachTaggart @247Sports pic.twitter.com/flRykDddyp— Dequaveon Fuller (@DequaveonF) February 5, 2019
A member of the FSU athletics family, trainer Thomas Hollandsworth, has been diagnosed with a second relapse of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, and the family has started a GoFundMe page. As evidenced by what happened with defensive end Janarius Robinson after his home was devastated by Hurricane Michael, Seminole fans are a giving bunch.
Here is the link to Hollandsworth’s GoFundMe and a tweet of support from current Florida State offensive lineman Brady Scott. Take a look.
February 4, 2019
Florida State got honorable mentions for its Week 1 and Week 10 matchups in SI.com’s best projected games of the 2019 college football season.
FSU men’s basketball pulled off a huge road win at Syracuse last night.
No. 22 FSU gets blowout win at Syracuse https://t.co/e62nXK6GAp— Tomahawk Nation (@Tomahawknation) February 6, 2019
Per ESPN’s Bracketology, the Seminole men’s basketball team is projected to start off their NCAA Tournament run in Jacksonville.
Tourney time in the Sunshine State for #FSU hoops? That’ll work: https://t.co/yOaAzwmnnH— Tomahawk Nation (@Tomahawknation) February 5, 2019
Not sure who to cheer for when FSU men’s basketball has a night off? Refer to our helpful daily rooting guide for your answers.
FSU’s baseball team is featured prominently on the cover of Baseball America’s college preview magazine.
COLLEGE SEASON PREVIEW ALERT— Baseball America (@BaseballAmerica) February 5, 2019
Our expanded preview mag hits stores this week. And you'll find @FSUBaseball skipper Mike Martin on the cover, commemorating his 40th and final season guiding the Seminoles
'Noles fans can get theirs below: https://t.co/7FFNJgMWUX pic.twitter.com/hZgOZt3Fxk
FSU golf won the Sea Best Invitational.
FSU golf wins the Sea Best Invitational over a field including the Gators, No. 14 Arkansas, and No. 22 North Florida. John Pak finished T-1— SeminoleGolf (@seminole_golf) February 5, 2019
stroke comeback complete! ✅ #FSUGolf wins the Sea Best Invitational. pic.twitter.com/ezZEz1eKYS— FSU Golf (@FSUGolf) February 5, 2019
Xavier Rhodes thinks if you’re a college athlete that wants the best chance of making it to the NFL, pick Florida State.
Although it was a down season, @XavierRhodes29_ knows the tradition and ability to put players in the NFL is still a selling point for FSU. pic.twitter.com/F7rfo63xKx— CampusLore (@CampusLore) February 5, 2019