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Once again, Florida State played down to the level of some inferior competition. But the Seminoles turned it around in the second half against St. Bonaventure to advance in the NCAA Tournament.
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The Florida State Seminoles will look to pick up where they left off after their ACC tournament win last week and it starts this Friday in March Madness opening round. Having shot up the college basketball betting line with victories over UNC and Duke, its safe to say FSU has arrived a contender on the NCAA Tournament scene.
Bracket Bragging is Here. Play the 2012 March Madness...
2:45 - Florida State -5.5 over St. BonaventureI do not get some of these lines! My thinking is similar to Thursday's Vanderbilt pick over Harvard in that like the Commodores the Seminals are coming off an impressive major conference tournament championship and are a HOT team. Florida State knocked off Duke and North...
The Bearcats second (third) round game agianst the Florida State Seminoles on Sunday night will be televised by TBS. It will take place 30 minutes after the South Florida v Ohio game, which starts at 7:15. It's ok to be tired for work, kiddos. It's the big dance.
UC plays Florida State late Sunday night. They tip off at around 9:40, 30 minutes after USF and Ohio end. The 3 seed Seminoles are 2 point favorites over the 6 seed Bearcats. Since this is such a huge game, it would be a great time to sit down with a person who knows a lot about Florida State. That man is Michael Rogner. He runs Tomahawk Nation. He's also the editor of Run the...
Wednesday was Pro Day at Florida State, as several former Seminoles did their best to show scouts from 27 NFL teams what they can do. Here is a gallery of photos from Doak Campbell Stadium.
Spring football will begin next week, and the Florida State Seminoles are poised for a huge 2012 season. Florida recruiting analyst Geoff Vogt takes a look at seven things to watch in the spring.
Florida State held its annual Pro Day on Wedneday at Doak Campbell, as scouts from 27 of the 32 NFL teams were in attendance. What did we learn about the former 'Noles? Here are five observations.