Posted November 23, 2012 on
College game's do not get much bigger than Saturday afternoon's Florida at Florida State battle. A win for either team will make their regular season a resounding success while a loss will leave a bitter taste in the mouth. Who wins? Who has the edge? GV breaks it down.

Birthday babe of the week – Florida State Cowgirl Jenn Sterger

Talentless jezebel Jenn Sterger will turn 29 this Thursday, November 29. The 5-foot-2, 107 pound Sterger, who was born in Miami and currently resides in Hoboken, New Jersey, gained infamy as a member of the Florida State University (FSU) Cowgirls, … Continue reading →

Florida St. 73, No. 17 Vanderbilt 59

Leonor Rodriguez led five players in double figures with 16 points as the Florida State women's basketball team defeated No. 17 Vanderbilt 73-59 Saturday at the San Juan Shootout. The Seminoles are 5-0 for the third time in four years. The 14-point margin of victory was Florida State's smallest this year, having beaten four straight opponents by at least 30 points for the...

VU WBB: Florida State 73, Vandy 59

Vanderbilt fell to 3-3 on the 2012-13 season on Saturday evening with a 73-59 loss to the Florida State Seminoles in the San Juan Shootout. Jasmine Lister led the Dores with 16 points. Elan Brown added 13 points and Kendall Shaw scored 10. Christina Foggie, the team's leading scorer, was injured in the first half and sat out the rest of the game.

Turnovers doom Seminoles in loss to Gators

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Jimbo Fisher said that Saturdays game was about Florida State playing Florida. He said it was a top-10 showdown and not meant to serve as a statement in the polls, computer rankings or Bowl Championship Series. Florida State lost on all accounts Saturday. The Seminoles lost at home, where they were 6-0 this season. They turned the ball over five times, including...

Rapid Recap: Gators top Seminoles

Florida Head Coach Will Muschamp called his team "soft" after last season's loss to Florida State. This year, the Gators proved that is no longer who they are as they took out the Seminoles in Tallahassee 37-26. Cody Jones and Amy Campbell discuss the win right here.

Clemson, FSU facing statement games versus in-state rivals

Let’s not kid ourselves the ACC isn’t very good this year beyond Clemson and Florida State, and neither team has a signature OOC win. The Tigers did beat Auburn early in the year which was a good win at the at the time, but considering Auburn might be an underdog to Kentucky and Colorado today, they might be one of the 5 worst BCS conference teams in America. That win doesn...

NoleDigest Take: FSU Offense

After an abysmal first half the Florida State offense showed signs of life in the third quarter, but were unable to sustain the success. A late drive may have padded the stats, but it did not erase what was a very uneven performance Saturday afternoon.

NoleDigest Take: FSU Defense

Despite being put in bad position for much of the first half the Florida State defense hung tough and kept the 'Noles in the game. Florida accumulated over 380 total yards with much of it coming from their ground game.

A look at the Noles Offense

For the Florida State, they finally get to try and prove themselves. They are national leaders in several statistical cat3egories on both sides of the ball and almost every statistic within their own conference, but the nation sees them as paper tigers. The BCS computers really see it that way and the BCS ranked number 10 team is even unranked in one of the polls. Here is a look at the Noles.
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