Today's Insider – Seminoles News
FSU Baseball closed out part three of its wild weekend trilogy in Coral Gables park with record high temperatures, hot bats for Miami, and zero runs for the garnet and gold. The #13 Miami Hurricanes ( 31-13, 16-8 ACC)
Last night’s 17 inning affair between the Florida State Seminoles and the Miami Hurricanes (which new FSU Insider Blake Brannon brilliantly recapped here) was certainly one to remember. It had everything including timely hits, wild pitches, bad errors, big
FSU Baseball decided to take its talents to a place near South Beach and open up a weekend series with the University of Miami. In what felt like possibly the longest baseball bout known to man, the exhausted #12
The Georgia Senate overwhelmingly passed the 'Todd Gurley Bill,' which would make it a crime to bribe or solicit student-athletes to break NCAA rules.
Photos and videos from Jameis Winston's FSU pro day in Tallahassee
It had been about two years since the last time Florida lost to Florida State (both 23-7 respectively) in baseball. It was a thought that must have been heavy on the minds of the Seminoles as they strolled into
At his FSU pro day, Jameis Winston overthrew a deep pass to receiver Christian Green, who came crashing into a TV crew member. See video here.
Jameis Winston participated in his FSU pro day Tuesday, working out for scouts and coaches from all 32 teams, including the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
If someone could tell me just exactly what we just witnessed this weekend I’d love to know, because I haven’t seen a series like that in a long time. Just around 15 hours after a wild 4.5 hour showdown
The Seminoles of FSU baseball (20-7, 7-3 ACC) lost a sloppy 8-3 affair to the Virginia Tech Hokies (15-12, 6-4 game one of a three game home series. It was much like FSU’s losses earlier in the season.