In case you missed it, here’s a brand new Nolescast for your morning commute, answering all of the lingering questions following Florida State’s devastating loss to the Clemson Tigers on Saturday.
Harlon Barnett’s defense faces a tough task ahead, as the Seminoles attempt to halt an explosive Wolfpack defense that features a quarterback in Ryan Finley who rarely gets dragged down for a sack.
FSU cornerback Levonta Taylor was running drills on his own at FSU’s practice Wednesday.
Deondre Francois was also at practice Wednesday, although he was limited.
Deondre Francois practiced read option, but did no throwing at the open portion of Wednesday’s practice.
— Curt Weiler (@CurtMWeiler) October 31, 2018
Quarterback James Blackman echoed a sentiment that many players are feeling, speaking after the Clemson game about not quitting before the game is over.
In case you missed it, Bud Elliott outlines the best gambling picks for week ten of the college football season.
We also articulate the thoughts surrounding quitters, talent, and the scope of Florida State’s program rebuild.
Florida State basketball is getting fans excited for the season through an interesting social media promotion.
FALL REPORT: As Mike Martin heads into his final season, he’s excited to watch the super-talented freshmen who will play a major role for @FSUBaseball in 2019. This is a young team with a potentially elite duo atop the rotation and firepower in the lineup: https://t.co/p7QhXmOkZG
— Aaron Fitt (@aaronfitt) October 31, 2018
FSU baseball played its rescheduled Garnet & Gold scrimmage on Wednesday. Read about how the ’Noles look heading into the 2019 season.