“I’m a competitor, I’m going to bring energy and I’m going to compete in everything I do.” Florida State baseball’s season came to an end just a week ago, but the ‘Noles are already active on strengthening the 2022 roster.
Florida State softball needed just one win for its second national championship, but it was not to be. Top-seeded Oklahoma won the final two games of the Women’s College World Series to take the crown.
Near the top of the wish list. Dante Moore is a 6’2 195 pound quarterback from Detroit, MI. The Class of 2023 prospect attends Martin Luther King High School and has a 99 rating (5-star) from the 247 Sports Composite List.
I wrote about the possibility of the Noles finishing with a blue-chip ratio of 50 percent or higher in the 2022 recruiting cycle. The coaching staff would likely need at least seven more blue-chip players for that to become a reality as long as everything remains as is right now.
A fantastic season ends in disappointing fashion. No. 10 Florida State (49-13-1) was defeated by No. 1 Oklahoma (56-4) by a 5-1 score in game three of the Championship Series of the College World Series in Oklahoma City, OK.
It’s Thursday, Florida State fans. As the weekend nears, check out our daily rundown. Lead Story Florida State softball was six outs away from a national championship on Wednesday night, but a big inning from top-seeded Oklahoma turned the tide.
FSU football will look to have its first winning season since 2017. Mike Norvell has the task of returning the Noles to prominence. Luckily, he’s at the program that’s proven it can be elite, fall off, and regain elite status in recent memory.
Oklahoma used the big inning to down the Seminoles. No. 1 Oklahoma (55-4) defeated No. 10 Florida State (49-12-1) by a 6-2 score to pull even in the Championship Series of the College World Series in Oklahoma City, OK.
Happy hump day, Florida State fans. As your week heads downhill, check out our daily rundown. Lead Story Florida State softball is now one win from its second national championship in three NCAA Tournaments.
Fun in the sun. Florida State Seminoles football is riding some recruiting momentum after their Midnight Madness event kicked off the end of the NCAA Dead Period with a serious bang, followed by a week of unofficial visits with talent descending to Tallahassee from all across the fruited plain.
It’s Tuesday, Florida State fans. As your week chugs along, check out our daily rundown. Lead Story For the second time in three NCAA Tournaments, Florida State softball is headed to the Women’s College World Series finals.
2023 FSU football recruiting is well underway, but the Noles lost one of their commitments in four-star defensive end Gabriel Harris. The Georgia product committed to the Noles on February 18 and visited Tallahassee just two days ago.