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FSU's DeMarcus Walker cleared to play by NCAA

DeMarcus Walkers wait is over, albeit too late for him to have gained valuable experience this spring. The Florida State freshman defensive end was approved by the NCAA Clearinghouse on Friday, more than five months after he graduated from Jacksonville Sandalwood High early and enrolled in college. Walker, a Scout.com four-star prospect, had planned to get a jump on academics and...
Via Fox Sports Florida
May 18, 2013  |  Discuss

FSU turns to freshmen to step in for Carradine

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Florida State had comfort in knowing that to replace an All-American they at least had a Tank. And now the job of replacing a Tank falls on two freshmen. After Brandon Jenkins hurt his foot in the season opener, Tank Carradine turned in an 80-tackle, 11-sack season. But now that Carradine is hurt, there is no clear-cut answer to Florida States dilemma at defensive...
Via Fox Sports Florida
November 28, 2012  |  Discuss

FSU turns to freshmen to step in for Carradine

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Florida State had comfort in knowing that to replace an All-American they at least had a Tank. And now the job of replacing a Tank falls on two freshmen. After Brandon Jenkins hurt his foot in the season opener, Tank Carradine turned in an 80-tackle, 11-sack season. But now that Carradine is hurt, there is no clear-cut answer to Florida States dilemma at defensive...
Via Fox Sports Florida
November 28, 2012  |  Discuss

FSU's Tank Carradine out rest of season

TALLAHASSEE Florida State has shown resiliency and found an answer for every injury that has happened this season. The Seminoles will have to do it one more time. Senior defensive end Tank Carradine, who led the team with 80 tackles and was second with 11 sacks, has a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee and will miss Florida State's final two games. Carradine...
Via Fox Sports Florida
November 25, 2012  |  Discuss

2012 College Football National Signing Day Recap

Team recruiting top 25 (according to Ronald Hill) 1. Florida State – Two years in a row, FSU has reeled in the #1 recruiting classes in the nation. Head coach Jimbo Fisher is setting up a dynasty in Tallahassee and has the best young roster in the FBS, especially on the defensive line. This team is becoming a juggernaut and similar to the FSU of old.  Giorgio Newberry, Timmy...
Via Oregon Sports News
February 02, 2012  |  Discuss
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