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Well done Florida State, but I haven’t seen anything addressing FAU and drug use so I’m a little disappointed.
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On paper, Saturday’s slate of Week 10 college football games look to serve as just an appetizer for Week 11′s high-stakes action. Four of the Top 6 teams (Alabama, Oregon, Stanford and Baylor) are on idle in the opening weekend of November, and each of those teams will be facing monumental tests on either Thurs, Nov. 7 or Sat, Nov. 9. Photo Via ESPN College GameDay Facebook...
University of Miami sophomore running back Duke Johnson will miss the remainder of the season with a fractured right ankle, a team official confirmed prior to head coach Al Golden's teleconference Sunday afternoon.
Golden said Johnson will have surgery this week.
"I feel badly for the young man, for any of these young people that get injured," Golden said. "Phillip...
There may be some movement in the top five of the rankings for week 11. Florida State is projected to edge Oregon out slightly for BCS No. 2, but it could go either way. The projections will be updated as the human polls are released. If the Seminoles make the jump back to second, then it will surely be short lived as long as the Ducks keep winning since Oregon has a slight advantage...
Jameis Winston walked into the room to talk with me for a few minutes and, seeing where we were planning to sit, started moving a mess of chairs around to clear a spot.
That might not sound like a big deal, but just know this: It doesn't happen with star athletes. Winston is the phenomenon of college football, a redshirt freshman quarterback leading Florida State in a national...
Florida State fans don’t just love redshirt freshman quarterback Jameis Winston for his play on the field – he’s one of the most charismatic players in the nation too. Before today’s big top-ten showdown with Miami (FL), ABC showed a quick clip of Winston doing an amazing pregame handshake with coach Jimbo Fisher’s son Trey.
This thing took serious practice. Via @gifdsports.
The No. 7 Miami Hurricanes traveled to Tallahassee for another top-10 rivalry show down and for a half, the game was close. The Hurricanes came out strong by countering No. 3 Florida State’s early score on their first drive and tying the game at the end of the first quarter. Then, they kept pace at the half trailing by only 7 points after the Seminoles put up two scores on...
Falling from the ranks of the unbeaten wasn’t the only bad news for the Miami Hurricanes this weekend, as reports now suggest that running back Duke Johnson will miss the remainder of the season with a broken right ankle. Johnson left the game during the third quarter and will need surgery according to a report from the Miami Herald:
Johnson was hurt during the seventh-ranked Hurricanes’...
The Miami-Florida State game on Saturday wasn’t officially a Miami-Florida State game until Bobby Hart and Anthony Chickillo scrapped early in the third quarter. Florida State had the ball at the Miami 31 in a 2nd-and-9 situation up 21-14. Jameis Winston completed a pass down to the 6 to give FSU 1st-and-goal, but flags were […]
The Miami Hurricane are almost back, but they’re not quite ready for prime time yet.
Former Hurricanes defensive lineman and current talk radio host Dan Sileo is feeling some type of way about the beating Jameis Winston and the Noles put on Miami Saturday night.
Sileo, upset about the thumping ‘The U’ took from Florida State, put a bounty on Seminole RB Devonta Freeman....
No big-time college football game gets past the guys over at NMA. The Taiwanese animation studio has released yet another short clip to help preview this Saturday’s matchup between Florida State and Miami (FL). They take shots at ESPN’s Lee Corso for being old and Seminoles QB Jameis Winston for saying that the game is “a battle of brothers”. Enjoy:
Jameis Winston has absolutely lit the college football world on fire this season with his exciting play, his cool under fire, and his great demeanor off the field. He has the Florida State Seminoles in contention for a national title and he's in the running for the Heisman trophy as well.
Needless to say this kid has game--so just imagine how good he could be if he could...
Prior to Florida State's showdown against the Miami Hurricanes, Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston busted out a pretty intricate pre-game handshake with coach Jimbo Fisher's son.
Jameis Winston threw for 325 yards and No. 3 Florida State
rolled to a 41-14 victory against No. 7 Miami in another matchup of
undefeated Atlantic Coast Conference rivals that turned into a