Found May 09, 2013 on Fox Sports Florida:
One of Florida States top forwards is transferring. Terrance Shannon will transfer to VCU, according to Shannon has missed significant playing time the past two seasons with shoulder and neck injuries, but when healthy he is a physical, aggressive player in the low post that can rebound and play defense well. Shannon averaged 7.9 points and 5.6 rebounds last season, playing 20 games before suffering a neck injury that kept him out for all but a few minutes the rest of the season. He played in just seven games in 2011-12 before suffering a season-ending shoulder injury. The 6-foot-8, 240-pound Shannon graduated from Florida State last weekend, allowing for a transfer without penalty. Shannon will have one year of eligibility at VCU, which went 27-9 last season and lost to Michigan in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Florida State, which went 18-16 last season and lost in the first round of the NIT, will miss Shannons presence inside. But the Seminoles have ...

Terrance Shannon leaves the FSU basketball program

According to CBS Sports’ Jeff Goodman, power forward Terrance Shannon is leaving Florida State and headed to VCU. Since he has graduated, he will be allow to play this coming season. This comes as a bit of a surprise. I didn’t even know Shannon was considering leaving the Seminoles. A long, athletic big man, Shannon has struggled to stay healthy while in Tallahassee. This past...

Seminoles to visit Gophers in Big TenACC Challenge

MINNEAPOLIS The Gophers men's basketball team will have a home game for the Big TenACC Challenge, as Minnesota will host Florida State in this year's event. The Seminoles will visit Williams Arena on Dec. 3, although the time of the game has not yet been set. It will be the ninth meeting between Minnesota and Florida State. The two schools played as recently as last year...

Guy throws terrible first pitch at Stetson/Florida State (Video)

We've posted some pretty terrible first pitches at college/professional baseball games but this one from last Tuesday's Stetson/Florida State game is an all-timer. Watch as John Bledsoe (An executive vice president of insurance services at FHM Insurance Company) attempts to deliver a fastball right down the middle. As you might figure, the throw was a bit off line and...

FSU recruit seeks release after reportedly signing under duress

Top prospect Matthew Thomas says he is seeking his release from Florida State after admitting to signing to the team under duress (Credit: WALTER MICHOT / MIAMI HERALD STAFF) Linebacker Matthew Thomas, who is ESPN’s sixth overall prospect and number one overall linebacker, had originally signed his letter of intent to play for Florida State. The Booker T. Washington linebacker...

Noles offer Mykel Jones

The Florida State Seminoles are the first offer for Patterson (La.) 2016 WR Mykel Jones...

College Football: FSU Appears Ready to Call Matthew Thomas’ Bluff

As Corey Dowlar states in the interview, It will likely be next week before we learn anything final about Florida State signee Matthew Thomas, but it’s clear that the Seminoles aren’t looking to let him go without having a sit…Read more →

Coach Talk

Ethan Frith received his first scholarship offer from Florida State last month. The last few weeks he has had most of the surrounding colleges come scout him.

Eberle Excited to Get to Work

Atlee (Mechanicsville, Va.) offensive lineman Alec Eberle committed to Florida State last week, and the glow of his commitment to the Seminoles has certainly not worn off. FOX Sports Next catches up with Eberle at Atlee High School to see how the lineman is preparing for the next step.
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