Today's Insider – College Football News
Jameis Winston and the high-powered FSU offense received most of the headline last season. The real strength of the team lies on the defense though. Led by three former five-start recruits, Eddie Goldman, Mario Edwards Jr., and Jalen Ramsey,
As the culmination of a two year project Florida State Athletics, in partnership with Nike, unveiled new uniforms and an updated Seminole head logo as part of a large scale re-branding. Nicknamed Ignition…Tradition the project includes new uniforms for
Former Florida State running back James Wilder Jr. was in Tampa today to visit the Buccaneers. It was somewhat of a test to see if the Bucs can use him for something similar to what his father once was.
Nick Saban isn’t exactly teaching good morals and how to obey the law at Alabama. Or maybe he is, but his players don’t seem to be listening. For the second time this month, a football player has been arrested.
Despite all the complaints on social media and loads of hate mail, Florida State plans to officially launch “Ignition…Tradition.” Along with the new logo, they will be unveiling new uniforms, which are expected to get a better public review
The Florida State Seminoles boasted one of the top offenses in the country last season ranking in the top-twenty in total offense and setting an NCAA record for points in a season. Key players such as quarterback Jameis Winston,
Heisman trophy winner Jameis Winston will split time between the football and baseball teams this weekend. The Florida State football team wraps up spring practice on Thursday and holds their annual spring football game on Saturday. The baseball team
Miami’s Ryan Williams is expected to be starting quarterback this season, but due to a recent injury to his knee, it is unsure whether he will be able to be back this spring. Late last week, Williams suffered a torn ACL during a
Bryant Gross-Armiento is a very talented defensive back who most likely would have seen playing time next season on the Rutgers’ football team. But, he changed his mind and now he wants to come home. This defensive player is from
Yesterday was Pro Day for LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger and despite having knee surgery only a few months ago, he impressed scouts. But he wants everyone to know that he is fully healed and NFL scouts don’t need to worry about his ACL