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Blessed to receive an offer from Florida State University #GONOLES @AustinTTucker @ChiltonTigerAth @GasCrew7v7 @CoachMorton28 @ChadSimmons_ @SWiltfong247 @adamgorney @AL6AFootball pic.twitter.com/v28KxverRc— demarcus (@DemarcusRiddic) October 6, 2021
An example of the effort on the part of Florida State football’s coaching staff to recognize commits and their loved ones from 2022 linebacker Omar Graham Jr’s girlfriend:
Florida State football head coach Mike Norvell wasn’t exactly pleased with the results of Wednesday’s practice, but was satisfied with the level of competition:
“We got some good work situationally. There were some ups and downs in practice that I wasn’t really pleased with. We had some tense moments of some great competition. All in all, there were times when we had lapses in focus and communication. When that occurs, we’ve seen the results of that throughout the course of the season.”
“The challenge is on us to respond and to make sure we be more consistent. But all in all, I thought we got a good work day, but I want better.”
Well wishes to the big man:
Comeback will be stronger then before as I leave everything in his hands… pic.twitter.com/zidRNGs6Co— Dennis Briggs Jr. (@Briggsdennis2) October 6, 2021
An inside look into last Saturday’s win vs. Syracuse:
It’s about that time:
Attendees for the ACC Tipoff were announced, with head coach Leonard Hamilton, Malik Osborne and Anthony Polite repping on the men’s side while head coach Sue Semrau, Morgan Jones and Kourtney Weber will be holding it down for the women.
The No. 1 Florida State soccer team (11-0) is home for two games this week against Syracuse on Thursday, October 7 and against Miami on Sunday, October 10.
A strong defensive effort by rival Miami was too much for Florida State volleyball as it fell to the Hurricanes, 3-1 (27-25, 21-25, 22-25, 11-25), on Wednesday night at the James L. Knight Sports Complex.
Thanks to my wife, my life’s cup runneth over! It's fitting that the first college golf event bearing her name is the Barbara Nicklaus Cup! Congrats @FSUGolf for winning it at Muirfield Village GC. Thanks, @OhioStateWGOLF's Therese Hession, for honoring Barbara with this event! pic.twitter.com/QPBNRFXmkl— Jack Nicklaus (@jacknicklaus) October 6, 2021