Today's Insider – Seminoles News
If I didn’t throw Brooks and Dunn into a title at some point in my tenure, I would be doing something wrong. You know who else throws stuff? FSU baseball’s very own LHP Byrant Holtmann (6-1 3.23 ERA)
Audio: Former Super Bowl-winning quarterback Brad Johnson gives his assessment of the Bucs' first-overall draft pick and fellow FSU alum, Jameis Winston.
Now that everyone has woken up from the post Mayweather/Pacquiao hangover, lets talk baseball. No. 11 FSU baseball (35-14) had two trademark wins over No.23 Coastal Carolina (32-15) to start off the weekend. First a crushing 16-2 victory on
FSU Baseball (35-13) played game 2 of their series against the team that is incredibly hard to pronounce, the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers(31-15). The ‘Noles would win the game by a score of 8-3 and take the series from
The #23 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers (31-14) came into Howser on Friday evening to take on #11 FSU Baseball (34-13) in the first game of a weekend series. The end of that being a crushing defeat of the aforementioned and hard-to-pronounce
Let me paint a picture for you. Rodger Goodell comes out to a cacophony (it is an actual word) of boos, the NFL draft is taking place in Chicago for the first time in 50 years, the words,
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.