Florida State Wide Reciever Preston Parker was arrested last Â night at McDonald’s near the FSU campus by the Tallahassee Police Department. Parket admitted to drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana.Â What can I say at this point? Parker is obviously done at FSU, since this is his 3rd strike. I have to wonder what goes through [...]
Enjoy the weekend… and yes, I’m whoring out my favorite FSU photo that I’ve taken, yet AGAIN.
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I’ve been preaching pitching staff improvements for a while now, and yes the Noles heavily relied on Tiffany McDonald last year. She started 44% of the Seminoles’ games, appeared in 50% and that was after missing most of the first month of the season. But, the pitching staff isn’t the only place that the Seminoles [...]
By Bill From Tampa It was a golden opportunity lost in an instant. What could have been the signature win of the season so far for Florida State slipped away at the buzzer. Ty Lawson got by Derwin Kitchen at the time line then pulled up just above the key and nailed the game winning [...]
The Noles head to Austin for the Texas Invitational, which will be a test for a revamped coaching staff and a revamped Seminole club.Â FSU takes on Iowa & Texas on Feb 6, and Stephen F. Austin on Feb 7. The big question for 2009… pitching, pitching, pitching. Can Terese Gober (above) recover from a sophomore [...]
FSU Head Coach Bobby Bowden signed a 1-year extension according to NoleInsider.com. I’d link, but frankly the fact that it’s premium content is amusing, and I’m being spiteful this morning. NO LINK FOR YOU. (Not that they care.) Anyway, I wonder what concessions both sides made to get the deal done, and somehow keep Jimbo [...]
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By Bill From Tampa Once again I had the time this morning to re-watch our game against the Virginia Cavaliers. Obviously the defense by FSU got the big amount of attention in that game. I focused a little on that aspect but that was not my primary focus instead watching the offense more so. Just [...]
By Bill From Tampa Following the loss to Miami earlier in the week, Leonard Hamilton was looking for more intensity on defense from his Florida State Seminoles. Hamilton got that defensive effort in holding the Virginia Cavaliers to just three field goals in the first half while opening up a 20 point lead en route [...]