Florida State head coach Mike Norvell, alongside coordinators Kenny Dillingham, Adam Fuller and John Papuchis, held Florida State’s weekly press conference ahead of this week’s matchup vs. UNC. Norvell touched on a few topics, offering high praise for quarterback Jordan Travis:
“Jordan Travis started the season as our starting quarterback for a reason —we believe in him, we believe in what he can do and what he brings in this football team and this offense.”
When the depth chart was released, it showcased Travis as the sole starter at quarterback for the first time this season.
As for some unfortunate news, the depth chart and Norvell himself also confirmed that starting defensive tackle Dennis Briggs Jr. is out for the season.
Just Derwin being Derwin:
Toronto Raptors and former Florida State basketball player Scottie Barnes had himself a night:
FINAL SCORE THREAD— NBA (@NBA) October 5, 2021
Scottie Barnes does a bit of everything in his first #NBAPreseason action to lift the @Raptors at home!
OG Anunoby: 21 PTS
Justin Champagnie: 17 PTS, 10 REB
Precious Achiuwa: 13 PTS, 7 REB, 2 STL, 2 BLK pic.twitter.com/OH4s0RJpeC
The combined Florida State men’s and women’s golf team defeated Auburn (7-1-0) and Ohio State (6-1-1) on Monday and will play for the championship of the Barbara Nicklaus Cup on Tuesday at the Muirfield Village Golf Club.
Florida State senior Adriaan Wildschutt was named the Men’s National Athlete of the Week for NCAA Division I Cross Country by the USTFCCCA
A new $15.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) will produce a detailed design for the world’s most powerful superconducting magnet at the Florida State University-headquartered National High Magnetic Field Laboratory.