Today's Insider – Seminoles News
The most important game control is at the end of the game, and FSU is the only team to have mastered that all season.
There was a lot going on during yesterday’s soaker between the Florida State Seminoles (11-0, 8-0 ACC) and the Boston College Eagles (6-5, 3-4 ACC) but in true Seminoles fashion FSU did what they needed to do and came
This is the day Seminoles. This is your time to finally do it. I know it is not exactly what you’re known for or even what the media, fans, or anyone else has expected of you, but the time
Hi my name is Ryan Kelly. I’m not writing this as Ryan Kelly “FSU Insider,” as someone with the latest rumors or story lines and star players to talk of. I’m not here to tell you about
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
Well they went and did it again. The Florida State Seminoles (10-0, 7-0 ACC) went down to Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens and defeated the Miami Hurricanes (6-4, 3-3 ACC) 30-26. The much-anticipated showdown didn’t disappoint to say
NFL NEWS: Tampa Bay Buccaneers The problems the Bucs have are far beyond the quarterback position, yet lackluster play has fans salivating over Jameis Winston or Marcus Mariota as their savior. Are @TBBuccaneers on watch for @FSU_Football‘s Jameis Winston?
The Virginia Cavaliers (4-6, 2-4 ACC) were the latest opponent to come to Doak Campbell Stadium and face the Florida State Seminoles (9-0, 6-0 ACC) and the outcome was one similar to the rest of the season as the
On Monday’s Football Insiders Show on 1080 The Team, Eric Lopez and Jeff Sharon re-capped another busy week in college and pro football. Here’s what they talked about on the show: What does Saturday’s loss to dismal UConn mean for the
College football has reached its’ home stretch which of course means so have the Florida State Seminoles. With only four weeks left it is time to take a look at the teams left standing in the ‘Noles way