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On Sunday, Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher confirmed that defensive end Cornellius "Tank" Carradine will miss the remainder of the season with a torn right ACL.
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A female Florida State Seminoles fan caught the attention of ESPN cameras with her facepaint during Saturday's game against the Florida Gators. Unfortunately, the fan may now be regretting painting her face to get some extra attention after she made the mistake of applying the FSU lettering on her face backwards. To top things off, Florida defeated FSU 37-26, so she will probably...
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher says the upcoming Atlantic Coast Conference championship game against Georgia Tech is as important as any the Seminoles have played this season.
The No. 13 Seminoles (10-2, 7-1 ACC) will be a comfortable favorite against an unranked Yellow Jacket team (6-6, 5-3) that was shellacked by archrival Georgia 42-10 Saturday while Florida State was being...
Defensive end Tank Carradine will miss Florida States final two games of the 2012 season with a torn knee ligament.
Coach Jimbo Fisher announced the injury Sunday. Florida State plays the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game Saturday against Georgia Tech, and will play in a bowl.
Carradine led Florida State (10-2, 7-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) with 80 tackles and was second...
Jimbo Fisher says the team that wins the ACC championship may be the one that does the best job of moving past a crushing loss to its top in-state rival.
Florida State dropped three spots to No. 13 in Sunday's Associated Press Top 25 following a 37-26 loss to Florida. Fisher's Seminoles (10-2) play Georgia Tech, which must regroup following a lopsided 42-10 loss to Georgia...
TALLAHASSEE, FLa. Jimbo Fisher said that Saturdays game was about Florida State playing Florida. He said it was a top-10 showdown and not meant to serve as a statement in the polls, computer rankings or Bowl Championship Series.
Florida State lost on all accounts Saturday. The Seminoles lost at home, where they were 6-0 this season. They turned the ball over five times, including...
Talentless jezebel Jenn Sterger will turn 29 this Thursday, November 29. The 5-foot-2, 107 pound Sterger, who was born in Miami and currently resides in Hoboken, New Jersey, gained infamy as a member of the Florida State University (FSU) Cowgirls, … Continue reading →
Vanderbilt fell to 3-3 on the 2012-13 season on Saturday evening with a 73-59 loss to the Florida State Seminoles in the San Juan Shootout. Jasmine Lister led the Dores with 16 points. Elan Brown added 13 points and Kendall Shaw scored 10. Christina Foggie, the team's leading scorer, was injured in the first half and sat out the rest of the game.
Florida Head Coach Will Muschamp called his team "soft" after last season's loss to Florida State. This year, the Gators proved that is no longer who they are as they took out the Seminoles in Tallahassee 37-26. Cody Jones and Amy Campbell discuss the win right here.
This afternoon, Kentucky hired Florida State defensive coordinator Mark Stoops, the youngest of the Brothers Stoops, as its next head football coach. Stoops takes over a program dedicated to being some distance behind basketball, but a program that could one day be given money to help make itself better, as long as basketball signs off on it.
Stoops' hiring means only three...
As Florida State grads, it pains us to inform you of just how hot a ticket the SEC Championship game is and how tickets for the ACC Championship game might as well be free. But that’s the college football world we’re living in today. A world where you have to pay a pretty penny just to be in the building for Alabama- Georgia. And conversely, you can just merely round up spare...
After an abysmal first half the Florida State offense showed signs of life in the third quarter, but were unable to sustain the success. A late drive may have padded the stats, but it did not erase what was a very uneven performance Saturday afternoon.
Saturday’s win over Florida State will make the offseason more enjoyed for Florida head coach Will Muschamp. The loss to the Seminoles, along with the five others last season, were a big reason why last offseason drug by at slow as possible. It was even more important because it was Muschamp’s first win in four tries over Florida State or Georgia as the Gators now prepare for a BCS bowl.
1. Florida State (10-2) Tough losses on and off the field to Florida.
2. Clemson (10-2) Scored their lowest point total of the season against South Carolina.
3. North Carolina (8-4) Won the most games in the Coastal, but not the champion.
4. Miami (7-5) Won the second most games in the Coastal, but not the champion.
5. NC State (7-5) Now looking for a new coach after another bleh...
Duke Dawson has said all season it’ll be a battle between Florida and Florida State for his skills. The 2014 defensive back picked up offers from both programs at camp last summer and has remained focused on those two ever since. He’s visited Florida several times this season, and last weekend took in his first game at Florida State when the ‘Noles welcomed the Gators. Get the latest here.
Chalk up 2012 as a year to forget for fans of the ACC. Florida State and Clemson were easily the class of the conference, but in-state SEC rivals...