Tight end commit Jerrale Powers showing off some fancy new FSU design work:
Daytona Beach Seabreeze High School kicker Mac Chiumento — who earned an Alabama offer as his first official scholarship opportunity — was offered by FSU yesterday:
Had another great time in Tallahassee! pic.twitter.com/HFS2Vir3HD— Marvin Jones Jr. (@marvinjonesjrr) July 28, 2021
Tomahawk reader LouC threw together this deep dive on why FSU needs to be proactive this time on college football’s spin on the realignment carousel.
Florida State has added graduate transfer defensive end Marcus Cushnie to its roster, head coach Mike Norvell announced Wednesday. Cushnie, All-Conference at Alabama A&M, helped A&M win the SWAC championship with a perfect 5-0 record in spring of 2021, was ranked second in FCS with 1.75 sacks per game, registered 7.0 sacks in addition to 20 tackles and 7.5 tackles for loss with two quarterback hurries.
Get a lot of uniform questions. Typically uniform designs are completed 18 to 24 months prior to the wearing season. This is for artwork approvals, fabric sourcing, construction of the actual product. This is a general timeline for all accessories and apparel.— Seminoles Equipment (@SeminolesEQ) July 28, 2021
NEW EXTRA POINTS:— Matt Brown (@MattBrownEP) July 28, 2021
Many fans have asked me why EA Sports College Football isn't projected to come out in 2022.
One reason, according to documents obtained by Extra Points? Properly rendering 100+ FBS stadiums is *really complicated*.
More info here:https://t.co/ntERBwzLdr pic.twitter.com/Yz9H4iEqYh
We’ll have a full breakdown up at 8 a.m., but until then, hit the comments — where do you think everybody will land?
From FSU, here’s a release on the list of Noles representing in the Olympics:
More than two dozen athletes and coaches with connections to Florida State University are representing 17 different countries during the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, which run from July 23 to Aug. 8 after nearly a year delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Twenty-five athletes with FSU ties — 23 alumni and two current student-athletes — are among more than 11,000 Olympians competing during the Games. That’s a record number of athletes with FSU connections in an Olympic year and extends a streak of at least one Seminole competing in the Summer Games since 1972.
The current student-athletes competing in Tokyo are swimmer Izaak Bastian and soccer player Gabby Carle. A rising senior from Nassau, Bahamas, Bastian is representing his home country in the men’s 100-meter and 200-meter breaststroke events. He set FSU records in both events last season.
Carle, a native of Quebec, is a member of the Canadian women’s soccer team. Also a rising senior, she has started every game of her FSU career and helped the Seminoles win the 2018 NCAA title.
On the coaching side, four current FSU coaches and a former student-athlete are on the sidelines in Tokyo. Head Softball Coach Lonni Alameda is serving as the pitching coach for Canada’s softball team and Head Diving Coach John Proctor is working with Team USA. Assistant Beach Volleyball Coach Jason Lochhead is on Team USA’s men’s beach volleyball coaching staff and Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach Morinao Imaizumi is an assistant for Team Japan. Former FSU men’s basketball player Luke Loucks is an assistant coach for the Nigerian men’s squad.