‘Seminoles’ Is The ‘Royals’ Parody That Should Have Never Ever Been Made

Via YouTube Here is a music video for a song entitled, “Seminoles,” which is a parody of Lorde’s “Royals” that is coming long after it was still cool to make parodies of Lorde’s “Royals.” This one comes to us from Generation Sketch, which is a comedy troupe at the University of Florida, and that would explain why this appears to be a video that humorously compares...
Via With Leather
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Florida State expresses disappointment in New York Times story

Florida State University issued a statement in response to a story published by the New York Times on Wednesday. The university expressed disappointment in the story that profiles the timeline of the response taken by the university and Tallahassee police in an investigation for an alleged sexual assault committed by quarterback Jameis Winston. According to the statement released...
Via Pro Sports Daily
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Report: Florida State, police hardly did a Winston probe

The New York Times published an article on Wednesday that blasts the lack of any real investigation done by Florida State and the Tallahassee Police Department into the rape allegations leveled at Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston. The article states that “there was virtually no investigation at all, either by the police or the university.” State Attorney Willie Meggs is quoted...
Via Rumors and Rants
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Myron Rolle Compares Jameis Winston To Emmett Till, Implies That The New York Times Slandered Him

Former Florida State safety Myron Rolle, who famously passed on his first opportunity to enter the NFL draft in order to take a Rhodes Scholarship and study at Oxford University, has spoken out about the Jameis Winston rape allegations. Rolle tweeted about Winston’s case today on the back of a long New York Times article by Walt Bogdanich that purports that the investigation...
Via College Spun
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New York Times dissects investigation of Jameis Winston

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- The investigation by the Tallahassee Police Department into an alleged sexual assault by Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston has come under further scrutiny in a story published by the New York Times on Wednesday. Winston, who won a Heisman Trophy and led Florida State to a national title in 2013, was investigated by TPD after a student said he sexually...
Via Fox Sports Florida
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NY Times Report Says Another Woman Sought Counseling After Sexual Encounter With Jameis Winston; Felt Violated

Florida State's run to the national championship was nearly derailed when a sexual assault accusation was brought to light involving the team's star quarterback, Jameis Winston. The investigation eventually ended with no charges being filed and the Seminoles went on to win a national title. His reputation seemingly restored, Winston moved on to baseball season.However, in...
Via FatManWriting
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Five things we learned about FSU this spring

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Coach Jimbo Fisher found little to criticize this spring. While the injuries piled up in the second half of the spring, Fisher said all of Florida State's players are expected to be healthy by the time preseason camp opens in early August. Fisher feels the Seminoles made progress this spring as they replace 10 starters. "Very pleased," Fisher said...
Via Fox Sports Florida
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Miami And Florida State Got New Nike Football Uniforms, They’re Pretty Cool

I don’t care who you are, how old are you and what sport it is, there’s nothing like getting new uniforms. Hell, I just finished playing in a 3-on-3 tournament a few weeks ago, and I just KNEW we were going to win after TSFJ’s own @FightLikeSugar hooked us up with some shirts to play […] The post Miami And Florida State Got New Nike Football Uniforms, They’re Pretty Cool...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
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FSU's new faces make mark as they battle for spots on team

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Spring is a time for a new beginning. Three months have passed since Florida State won a national title, and the Seminoles have plenty of shoes to fill for 2014. Florida State needs to replace five starters on offense and five on defense. The holes don't look as glaring when factoring in that Florida State returns a Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback (Jameis...
Via Fox Sports Florida
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Florida State Fans Protest New Logo Outside Of Stadium At Spring Game

Earlier this week, Florida State unveiled a new, modern logo. In the days to come, the school released photos of new uniforms for its athletic teams, showcasing the logo.  Most of the reception to the new logo and uniforms was positive. But, as always, there were traditionalists that did not approve. Some of those people showed up to the reigning national champion’s spring game...
Via College Spun
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Photos: Florida State Unveils New Uniforms, “Seminole Pattern”

Florida State’s official rebranding is in full swing. One day after updating the Seminoles’ football facilities with the new logo, the school unveiled new football uniforms that feature the new “Seminole Pattern” meant to pay homage to the team’s pregame tradition. The pattern – which shows arrows, a man on a horse, and fire – is featured on the collar and the shoulders...
Via College Spun
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Florida State unveils new uniforms, logo

The Florida State Seminoles officially unveiled their new logo and uniforms on Friday. Take a look at the new Nike digs. There’s plenty more where this photo came from at 6:30 pm. Stay tuned. (via @FSU_Football) pic.twitter.com/PFMy53zoIl — Brandon Mellor (@BrandonMellor) April 11, 2014 The new FSU pattern: Here is the new Seminole Pattern that #Noles fans are seeing downtown...
Via Diehardsport
8 days ago  |  Discuss

FSU's new logo already popping up on campus

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Florida State's new logo will be officially unveiled Friday night, but it has already started to appear on campus. The logo has been painted at midfield at Doak Campbell Stadium in advance of Saturday's spring football game. Florida State officials said they have spent about two years researching and redesigning the logo, which will be shown to the public...
Via Fox Sports Florida
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Photos: Florida State Has Begun Rebranding Its Football Stadium, Facilities

Like it or not, it looks like Florida State will be moving forward with its new logo. In fact, FSU’s football facility, Doak Campbell Stadium, is already getting outfitted with the new look. Reporters have been tweeting photos of both the inside of the stadium, which now has the new Seminoles logo in a few places, along with Bobby Bowden field, which is the next to receive the...
Via College Spun
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Florida State's new logo leaked

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Florida State is expected to unveil a new logo April 11, a day before the Seminoles' spring football game. A leaked copy of the logo was published Wednesday night on Tomahawknation.com. The logo is connected to a Florida State public relations video campaign called "Ignition Tradition," which promises an announcement on April 11, 2014. "The...
Via Fox Sports Florida
17 days ago  |  Discuss

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