Posted September 15, 2013 on
Just a couple days ago I wrote a story about the shrinking point guard pool within the Class of 2014, and Florida State resourcefully found a solution.
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Nevada's star dual-threat quarterback, junior Cody Fajardo, did not dress for Saturday's game at No. 9 Florida State.
Fajardo sprained his right knee in the 36-7 win over UC Davis on Sept. 7. The junior is the driving force of Nevada's pistol offense, throwing for 403 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for 142 yards this season.
In 2012, Fajardo...
Florida State moved up two spots in the Associated Press poll to No. 8 on Sunday afternoon.
The Seminoles racked up 617 total yards -- including 377 rushing yards -- in a 62-7 thrashing of Nevada.
Miami and Florida both slid a spot despite having a bye week. The Hurricanes dropped to No. 16, while Florida fell to No. 19.
The Hurricanes will play host to Savannah State at 7 p.m...
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Mario Edwards Jr. played against Nevada with a cast on his right hand and will have surgery this week to have screws and a plate inserted, making him questionable for Saturday's game against Bethune-Cookman.
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher said Edwards Jr., the nations top defensive recruit in the class of 2012, hurt the hand Thursday evening in practice...
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Jameis Winston has been nothing short of impressive in his first two starts
Historically impressive, it appears.
The Florida State redshirt freshman has completed 40 of 45 passes an 88.9 percent completion percentage that is the best of any Football Bowl Subdivision quarterback in his first two games of a season since 2000, according to research by the Atlantic...
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- The sequel to the Jameis Winston Show started slow.
After completing two of his first four passes, which already included as many incompletions as he threw in the season-opening win at Pittsburgh, Winston overshot Kenny Shaw and was intercepted.
Florida State fans were on the edge of their seats, wondering what might happen next. There was drama, unexpectedly...
It might be time to give Florida State's backfield a new nickname.
''Wild & Free'' worked perfectly when it was a two-man show featuring James Wilder Jr. and Devonta Freeman. But junior Karlos Williams, a safety who switched to running back after the season opener, had a breakout performance in Saturday's 62-7 drubbing of Nevada and could be in the mix...
Florida State demonstrated it has a lot more offense than just freshman quarterback Jameis Winston.
The Seminoles have an impressive running game featuring a trio of backs: Devonta Freeman, James Wilder, Jr. and Karlos Williams.
Eighth-ranked Florida State racked up 377 rushing yards in a 62-7 victory against Nevada on Saturday. The Seminoles (2-0) surpassed the 300-yard mark on...
Karlos Williams conversion to running back is paying off. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)
Karlos Williams gives FSU another dynamic playmaker at a skill position
After a sluggish start on Saturday, Florida State racked up 377 rushing yards in a 62-7 victory over Nevada in its home-opener. The junior running back combination of Devonta Freeman and James Wilder Jr., known as “Wild and...
Last week it was Arizona State, this week Florida State brings us the always entertaining stadium entrance fail.
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After a slow start against a Nevada team lacking its starting quarterback, Florida State caught fire and put the Wolfpack away with a 31-point third quarter.
Two prospects who Florida State is trying to make in-roads with are running back Bo Scarborough and wide receiver Travis Rudolph. Rudolph spent some time in Tallahassee at the end of the summer and has become a priority for FSU. NoleDigest has live evals on both prospects and how they can help the 'Noles.
There was not a lot of drama in Tallahassee last weekend as Florida State pulled away from Nevada in the second half for an easy victory. However plenty of things happened across the country, NoleDigest breaks it down.