FSU might be struggling on the grid iron but Tomahawk Nation is just hitting its stride in giving you the most comprehensive Florida State Seminoles football coverage. The latest in our multimedia offerings: the boys over at the Triple Option discuss the Louisville game.
Shade Tree has some concerns:
Games are won in the offseason !!!!! Did the players put in the work ???? Does this player watch film on his own time ???— Marvin Shade Jones (@MarvinJonesJets) October 26, 2020
You’ve got questions; we’ve got answers (eventually, promise).
Florida State target Terrion Arnold is ready to trim his list...in a month
Top 5 coming December 1st❗️that will be my final trim and expect a commitment after that— Terrion Arnold (@ArnoldTerrion) October 26, 2020
Brian Burns works hard and people are taking notice:
Highest @PFF pass-rushing grades among edge defenders through Week 7— Austin Gayle (@PFF_AustinGayle) October 26, 2020
T.J. Watt (90.5)
Brian Burns (90.3)
Myles Garrett (90.3)
Khalil Mack (90.2)
Michael and Matt are joined by Tomahawk alum and radio personality Ariya Massoudi to talk about a sport FSU is good at. Positivity!
Seems good, right?
Florida State University Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Lea Nienhaus and former FSU postdoctoral researcher Sarah Wieghold are helping to understand the fundamental processes in improving the potential of perovskites, a material with a crystal structure based on positively charged lead ions known as cations and negatively charged halide anions. In a cubic perovskite crystal structure, the octahedra formed by the lead and halide ions are surrounded by additional positively charged cations.