Today's College – FSU News
With the NCAA season coming down to it’s last three weeks, we currently have our top four teams to go to the playoffs set, if the season was to end today. Alabama jumped up to number one after
Mark it down: Jameis Winston will be the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ starting quarterback on Opening Day of 2015. Now that we’re more than half-way through the 2014 NFL season, teams are taking stock of what they have. If you
The ACC wouldn't want to get left out of a 4-team playoff, but no conference does, which is why John Swofford says an 8-team CFB playoff is ideal.
Despite the disturbing news of a library shooting on Florida State’s campus, FSU AD has assured all that all athletic events for tomorrow and the weekend will go on as planned. Here is the statement from AD Stan Wilcox,
The shooting on Florida State’s campus has seemingly sparked memories for some about how the FSUPD has handled situations on campus in the past. As pointed out by Bud Elliott of Tomahawk Nation, an article written for the New
Erik Kuselias: It Doesn’t Make Sense That Florida State is Behind Alabama and Oregon Erik Kuselias talks to Eric Lopez about Florida State dropping to 3rd in the latest college football playoff poll, behind Alabama and Oregon, despite being
On Monday’s Football Insiders Show, Eric Lopez and UCF Insider Jeff Sharon dove in on a big weekend in college and pro football. Among the things they discussed: What went wrong for Will Muschamp, and who they think will
Tom Veit spoke to Florida State Seminoles writer Ben Jones of Warchant.com about Florida State and their dominance on the field.
Kevin Hart was in town for the Seminoles’ matchup with Miami. He got to pose with Jimbo Fisher, and he also took care of some business with Jameis Winston. Jimbo Fisher with Kevin Hart pic.twitter.com/M1Mv15rfsg — Kelvin Richardson (@ThatGuyKRich)
It is not often that Florida State (10-0) fans will tip their caps to Alabama but today there is a thank you card in the mail. The Tide(9-1) beat former No.1 Mississippi State 25-20 yesterday afternoon while last night