This week, Film Breakdown takes a look at FSU's offensive line issues as well as the Jacoby Brissett-led Wolfpack offense.
On Friday morning, a week after dislocating his left knee, five-star defensive end Josh Sweat learned that his high school football career is over. The Chesapeake (Va.) Oscar Smith star did not suffer any nerve or arterial damage but he will still require season ending surgery.
It took some big plays for Nate Andrews to feel like he belonged at Florida State. Now, he's adding consistency to go with his knack for creating turnovers.
Isaiah Briscoe is one of several big names hitting the road this weekend for official visits, but he'll be busier than most.
Florida State expected to see plenty of Jacoby Brissett through the years. While Brissett was recruited by FSU coach Jimbo Fisher , the quarterback from ...Read the full article on Bleacher Report...
Florida State starting defensive end Mario Edwards, Jr. and backup running back Mario Pender will sit out Saturday against North Carolina State after suffering concussions last week against Clemson.
North Carolina and Clemson both lost last week. But judging by who they lost to and how they performed, each team is in a very different place headed into UNC's trip to Death Valley on Saturday night, and UNC is desperately trying to get something going this season that hasn't worked out how they'd hoped.
This week of ACC games might not seem so great on the surface. But there's always danger lurking. In some cases, the overmatched ACC teams hitting the road this week might be about to experience some unimaginable horrors. What's more exciting than that?
You can't make this stuff up: Florida State's football program really chose to serve crab legs to recruits this past weekend. What were they thinking!?
There were discussions of a settlement earlier this year between representatives for Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston and the woman who said he sexually assaulted her.