It’s that time of the year where the players spend time with the most important coach on the roster; the strength and conditioning coach:
Make sure you turn notifications on as the triple option will be doing some impressive scouting for three of FSU’s newest additions:
Breaking down film for Jammie Robinson, Keir Thomas and DJ Williams. Will be posted tomorrow comrades pic.twitter.com/8KJyWfq0UM— The Triple Option (@tripleoptionfsu) January 18, 2021
Four-star 2022 QB Nicco Marchiol has FSU in his final four and is scheduled to be on campus this week; could he be on commit watch?
FSU is trying to get 3-star wide receiver Aalah Brown as a preferred walk-on.
There’s a reason Destyn ‘Fat’ Hill has been the top receiver on FSU’s board for the entirety of the 2021 cycle:
Louisville is probably the best team in the country and unfortunately they humbled Women’s Basketball today.
FSU was able to beat UNC without Scottie Barnes; they’re going to need him back for a very tough game coming up against Louisville.
FSU has positioned itself well for another run at the ACC title. After its 20th straight ACC home victory.
It’s our house pic.twitter.com/5pU7ob0ZBh— Florida State Men’s Basketball (@FSUHoops) January 17, 2021
33 days until Opening Day and today’s preview is about Chase Haney.
Also congratulations are due for Brett whom has simply been outstanding since joining Tomahawknation; the site is much better because of him:
We are back with another intern spotlight! Today we welcome Brett Nevitt from Tampa, Florida. Brett will be our Senior Writer intern this summer and we can’t wait to have him! #KettleKrew— Cotuit Kettleers (@CotuitKettleers) January 16, 2021
With Drew Brees likely retiring it seems as though Jameis Winston will be the quarterback of the future for the Saints:
Jameis Winston's 56-yard Pass TD to Tre'Quan Smith was the longest play from scrimmage by any Saints player this season.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) January 18, 2021
The Saints had two 50-yard plays from scrimmage this season entering today (both passes, both thrown by Drew Brees) pic.twitter.com/KsPi8iz0i2
Is this Drew passing the torch?
“This is your team now” pic.twitter.com/eQp0RT29hT— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) January 18, 2021
Deion Sanders is really one of the greatest athletes in the history of sport period: