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Florida State football announced their team MVPs for the 2021 season yesterday, with Jordan Travis, Jermaine Johnson and Alex Mastromanno taking home offensive, defensive, and special teams honors, respectively.
There was quite a bit of roster churn yesterday for FSU football, with several players announcing their departure from the program. Jayion McCluster and Tru Thompson have both entered the transfer portal, while Emmett Rice has declared for the NFL.
Miami went big aiming for Mario Cristobal. But as @aadelsonESPN writes, simply throwing money around isn’t going to solve 15+ years of rotting infrastructure. The Canes need a complete culture shift… https://t.co/1btWO6F19u— ️♈️ (@ADavidHaleJoint) December 7, 2021
Offensive lineman Dillan Gibbons, who has made a huge impact in his short time in Tallahassee both on and off the field, was named to the Uplifting Athletes Rare Disease Champions Team, one of six players to earn the honor.
Gibbons’ Big Man, Big Heart charity also put on a Christmas shopping event yesterday, helping raise $10,000 to give kids a great holiday:
Talk about using your NIL for good.— CHRIS TORELLO (@TorelloSports) December 8, 2021
On top of @GibbonsDillan helping to raise $10,000 for his “shop with a player” #Christmas event, he just presented a family in news with $500 to help with the holiday season. #BigManBigHeart #FSU @BigManBigHeart @FSUFootball pic.twitter.com/kmWS13S4tY
We’re still celebrating Florida State soccer’s national title — here’s a glimpse at some of Nole Nation reacting to the championship victory.
Rookie of the Week— Chad Ford (@chadfordinsider) December 7, 2021
"According to RAPTOR, Barnes led all rookies in offensive impact as of Monday. Even more surprising, Barnes has been on a 3-point tear of late, shooting 45% from 3 in his last seven games on 29 attempts.”https://t.co/KG0LR2yewG pic.twitter.com/PVxmX5SO1X
Florida State track and field athlete Adriaan Wildschutt was named the ACC Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Year on Tuesday in a vote by the league’s head coaches.
A new NIL program called Rising Spear intended for FSU athletes to connect with local Tallahassee businesses for both charity and for-profit purposes was announced yesterday.
Florida State Volleyball junior middle blocker Emma Clothier has been named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association East All-Region Team, earning all-region honors for the second straight season and becoming the 14th Seminole to earn multiple all-region honors in a career.
Florida State track and field athlete Alonie Sutton was named the ACC Women’s Co-Performer of the Week after taking home the title in the triple jump with a jump of 12.86m at the Clemson Opener