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Sports Media Watch:
The Florida/Florida State rivalry earned big numbers on ABC. In other news, Clemson/South Carolina led the way on ESPN, and the network’s NBA regular season coverage has dropped double-digits so far this season. UF/FSU Up on ABC: Last Saturday’s Florida/Florida State college football game drew a 5.1 final rating and 8.5 million viewers on ABC, up 82% in ratings and 87% in viewership from regional coverage last year (2.8, 4.5M), and up 46% and 44%, respectively, from regional action in [...]
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Florida State is back in a BCS bowl.
For the first time since the 2006 Orange Bowl, the Seminoles will return to the group of five bowls that make up the BCS after an absence that knocked them from the ranks of the traditional BCS combatants.
The Seminoles’ 21-15 victory over Georgia Tech in Saturday’s ACC Championship Game will send Florida State back to the BCS as the recipient...
It was acold evening in Charlotte for the ACC championship game. Not so much for me and my northern blood traveling south for the day, but certainly for anyone from the deeper south than I. Like Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher, for instance.
Moments after the final seconds ticked off the clock to wrap up Florida State’s first ACC championship since 2005, holding on to beat...
Jimbo Fisher addresses the media following Florida State's ACC Championship victory.
Northern Illinois has been selected to play Florida State in the Orange Bowl, a person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the official Bowl Championship Series lineup was to be announced later Sunday. The story was first reported by SI.com.
Northern Illinois (12-1) won the Mid-American Conference championship...
Florida State players and fans celebrate the Seminoles' ACC Championship win in Charlotte.
Andrew Wiggins reportedly has Florida State and Kentucky at the top of his list.
In spite of his verbal commitment to Florida State, Austin Golson, a four-star prospect, plans to officially visit other schools – starting with North Carolina.