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Redshirt-freshman Chubba Purdy has officially entered the transfer portal after playing his first and only game of the season two weeks ago against UMass. Purdy completed all five of his passes to go along with 98 yards and two touchdowns. He’s seen mostly a backup role in his career at Florida State and will likely search for a starting position elsewhere.
This weeks NFL Noles spotlight features sixth year cornerback P.J. Williams snagging a game sealing pick six against Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This is Williams second interception of the season, both of which he took for 40 or more yards into the opposing teams territory.
Men’s basketball assistant coach Charlton Young has been known to remind the NCAA landscape that FSU is amongst the top programs in the country and their rise to the top has grown every year. The Noles have been ranked in the final national poll in each of the last five years and they’ll look to make it six with a newly developed squad in the 2021-22 season.
#NEWBLOODS-NEWSFLASH!— Charlton C.Y. Young (@CoachSEEWHY12) November 3, 2021
Florida State has been ranked in the final national poll in each of the last 5 seasons ( 2021,#10; 2020, #4; 2019, #12; 2018,#18, 2017,#16 and are 1 of only 2 teams in the ACC to be ranked in the final poll in each of the last 5 seasons.
The Seminoles are set to face Florida College at home this Friday at 6:00 ET for their second and final exhibition game of the season. The matchup will be featured as the 21st annual Aubry Boyd game contributing to his foundation. All proceeds can be delivered through the PayPal link below to honor the charity.
Join us at the Tuck this Friday at 6pm for the 21st Annual Aubry Boyd game!— Florida State Men’s Basketball (@FSUHoops) November 3, 2021
Admission to the event is free and you can contribute to the Aubry Boyd Charitable Foundation : https://t.co/bBImnKXEnw#NewBlood
Toronto Raptors rookie Scottie Barnes currently leads the NBA’s Kia rookie ladder averaging 18.1 points and 8.9 rebounds per game. The FSU product has blossomed into a point-forward for the Raptors, striving in the fast paced NBA system.
https://t.co/Pqxh2ExSNm - Kia Rookie Ladder: Scottie Barnes rises to No. 1 as other top picks debut— NBA (@NBA) November 3, 2021
The Raptors' forward continues to shine as the No. 1 and 7 overall picks make their debuts. (via @AschNBA)https://t.co/UOzatjzUkS pic.twitter.com/sIJOMioxQ7
The FSU women’s basketball team faced off against the University of West Florida on Wednesday night for their only exhibition game of the season. The Noles won the game in dominant fashion with a 91-47 victory. They’ll kickoff their season on November 9th at 7:00 ET against the University of North Florida.
After 12 seasons in the MLB catcher Buster Posey has announced his retirement from baseball. Posey finishes his illustrious career with a .302 batting average and 158 home runs. The news may come as a shock to many since he just had one his best statistical seasons in 2021 with a .304 average and 18 home runs, ultimately winning NL Comeback Player of the Year. The three-time World Series champion will hang up his jersey at the age of 34 where his legacy will more than likely live on in Cooperstown.
What a career for Buster— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) November 3, 2021
See ya in Cooperstown! https://t.co/W3HeBuSLjC
Former Seminole Brooks Koepka is back in action this week on Thursday and Friday where he takes the course in the World Wide Technology Championship in Mexico. He’ll tee off on Thursday at 7:39 AM and on Friday at 12:19 PM. The tournament purse is set at 7.2 million dollars at the Mayakoba course.