Florida St. Seminoles

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  • Tomahawk Nation: FSU basketball escapes an upset in home opener

    The Seminoles finally made their regular season debut at the Tucker Center on Wednesday night, but were given a rude awakening from the Western Carolina Catamounts. After the FSU starters came out hot and went up 9-4, the bench quickly fell apart for the 'Noles.The Catamounts went on a 23-3 run and pushed the lead all the way up to 17 with 3:41 remaining in the half. While the 'Noles couldn't get anything to fall, the Catamounts were draining threes. WC was 7/12 from three at one point in the half and finished 7/14.

    FSU's offense started to find its footing late in the half by driving to the basket and getting to the line.

  • Tomahawk Nation: Would you lay this many points to bet FSU vs. Alabama State?

    Betting huge lines is tricky. While you know which teams will take the field, how long the starters play is another matter altogether, and garbage time can be quite unpredictable. And that brings us to Florida State's Senior Day against the Alabama State Hornets.A blowout seems to be in the works for the Seminoles, and that's not just the opinion of fans and those of us who cover the team; Vegas (or whatever European city is Vegas) is on board as well. The aggregate spread we usually feature in these pieces is unavailable, as many outlets don't even offer lines on FBS vs.

  • Tomahawk Nation: FSU men's basketball enters important stretch of games

    The basketball season, especially in a league like the ACC, is a tough grind. Players balance classes, final exams, holiday season, flu and cold season, a new set of classes, mid-terms, and more all while traveling around the country to play 2-3 games a week for five months, some of which come with just a day of rest. I'm exhausted just typing it out. Needless to say, it's impossible to be on your "A" game every night out. Losses are assured of happening, with most teams dropping at least one game a year that from the outside looking in appears to be a real head scratcher.

  • Tomahawk Nation: FSU Baseball releases 2020 schedule

    With three months and two days to the college baseball season-opening, the Seminoles have released their 2020 regular-season schedule. Mike Martin Jr. will open his head coaching career against the Niagara Purple Eagles on February 14th. Niagara had a record of 15-33 last year under head coach, Rob McCoy.As Junior mentioned earlier this fall, FSU will take on Texas Tech and FAU in a round-robin tournament on February 28th-March 1st. The 'Noles faced both teams in the postseason last year, defeating the Owls 13-7 in the Athens Regional and were eliminated from the College World Series by the Red Raiders giving the Seminoles an opportunity to get redemption on Tim Tadlock's squad early in the year.

  • Tomahawk Nation: Florida State soccer earns a 1-seed in the NCAA Tournament

    Florida State (15-5, #5 coaches, #4 RPI) has earned a #1 seed in the NCAA Tournament for the second straight season. The #1 seed is important for more than just bragging rights as it ensures that the Seminoles will get the benefit of playing at home for all of the tournament games until the College Cup (Final Four) which will be held this year in San Jose, CA.The Tournament bracket reveals that #2 UCLA, #3 Wisconsin and #4 Washington are the other seeds in the Florida State region. The other three #1 seeds are North Carolina, Virginia and Stanford.

  • Tomahawk Nation: Inside the box score: FSU basketball picks up resume building road win

    M.J. Walker led all Seminoles with five fouls drawn. He had a number of impressive drives where he got into traffic and exploded to the rim. This was a primary weakness during his first two seasons and it looked like his future would primarily be shooting 3s and playing defense. Two games isn't enough to draw any conclusions, but he has more than doubled his career rate at drawing fouls. In his first two seasons he drew an average of 2.
    M.J. Walker led all Seminoles with five fouls drawn. He had a number of impressive drives where he got into traffic and exploded to the rim. This was a primary weakness during his first two seasons and it looked like his future would primarily be shooting 3s and playing defense. Two games isn't enough to draw any conclusions, but he has more than doubled his career rate at drawing fouls. In his first two seasons he drew an average of 2.

  • Fansided: FSU Basketball Weekly Preview: November 11th-17th

    For the FSU basketball team, the start to this current season was one that no one else in college basketball playing in a power program has to deal with - literally. The Seminoles went on the road to face two teams also in power conferences to start the season - the only power conference team that got that "honor" this season.While the opening game is one that head coach Leonard Hamilton would take back in a heartbeat seeing how it ended, the second game was one that wasn't just sweet for the rivalry aspect of beating a hated foe, but also because it gave the nation a taste of what the Noles could be capable of this season.

  • Tomahawk Nation: After yet another win vs. UF, former FSU hoops players take shots at Gators

    The Florida State men's basketball team notched their sixth consecutive win over Florida on Sunday afternoon, handily topping the No. 6 Gators in their own house. It's the Seminoles' longest winning streak in the history of the rivalry, which began in 1951. But since the final buzzer, the beatdown has moved beyond the court and into the Twitterverse.FSU Hoops got the social media assault going.

    Former players joined in the fun as well.

    Nichols, Mann, Kabengele, and XRM have certainly earned the right to troll the Gators-- none of them ever lost to UF.

  • Fansided: FSU Basketball throws perfect shade after beating Florida once again

    There are some things in sports that are going to be guaranteed - the Clemson Tigers are going to win the ACC in football this season, the Houston Astros losing the World Series made people in New York City very happy and the FSU basketball team is going to beat the rival Florida Gators every time they play.Don't believe me? Why not? For the last five seasons, the Seminoles have come out on top of their hated rivals from the central part of the state - including a blowout win last season that reminded them of their place (and helped us forget about what took place in football that season).

  • Tomahawk Nation: FSU basketball dominates No. 6 Florida for 6th straight series win

    They don't start much uglier than Sunday afternoon's FSU-Florida basketball game. At the half, the Seminoles were shooting 25% from the floor and 11% from three-point range. And both of those numbers were better than what the Gators were doing. But unlike UF, the 'Noles got it together in the second half, which facilitated a 63-51 win in Gainesville, Florida State's sixth consecutive victory over their cross-state rivals from Hogtown.The first half was so painful that I honestly wished I was watching the Lions-Bears game. The teams combined to make 12-51 field goals before the break, and 2-20 threes.

  • Tomahawk Nation: FSU basketball at No. 6 Florida: Preview, point spread, how to watch, game thread

    If you've been following the forums, you'll know that the season for the winless FSU basketball team is pretty much over. Hopefully something better can happen next year. Why they are bothering to travel to face the No. 6 Florida Gators is beyond me, but they're going, so I have to write a preview. Players to watch Senior Kerry Blackshear was the most coveted player on last year's transfer market, and the only two places he really considered were UF and the NBA. UF won. The pay is better. The 6-10 post player is familiar to FSU from his Virginia Tech days, where he had some solid games vs FSU, but nothing spectacular.

  • Tomahawk Nation: Nolecast: Where FSU stands with its head-coaching vacancy

    It's been a rumor-filled week with coaching hot boards, done deals that aren't done, and retired coaches being spotted on campus (who weren't really on campus). Luckily for Nolecast fans, Bud Elliott and Ingram Smith are back to help you separate fact from fiction. Get comfortable and settle in for just over an hour of discussion surrounding where FSU stands in naming its new coach.This week's Nolecast addresses the Bob Stoop rumors surrounding the program. Would Stoops really accept the head coaching position at Florida State? Bud provides the pros and cons from Stoops' point of view.

  • Tomahawk Nation: Basketball Observations: FSU opens season with a tough loss at Pittsburgh

    For the second consecutive year the Florida State Seminoles lost in the "Oakland Zoo", this time falling 63-61 after Trent Forrest's jumper rimmed out with about a second left. FSU falls to 0-1 on the young season. <strong>Above the Rim:</strong> Beginning this season, the ACC moved to a 20-game conference schedule. In order to fit in all the games, the league decided to have 14 of 15 teams open the season with a conference opponent. While many of the games were close, the play on the court was, shall we say.

  • Fansided: FSU Basketball Weekly Preview: November 6th-10th

    For the first time in a long while, the FSU basketball season starts off with both an ACC game and a wonder of what will take place following two straight seasons where head coach Leonard Hamilton watched as the Seminoles went to the second weekend of the NCAA tournament each season - but still fell short of making it to the Final Four.This season is going to be a much different world as Hamilton enters his 18th season leading the Noles - because if he is going to get back to the second weekend at least and maybe make an effort to get to the second Final Four in program history, it's going to require them to do so without players like Terance Mann, Mfiondu Kabengele and others.

  • Tomahawk Nation: FSU Basketball exhibition vs Columbus State: Observations and "takeaways"

    The Florida State men's basketball team hit the hard court for their final tuneup before the regular season, squaring off against the Columbus State Cougars. The Seminoles won 84 to 54, but honestly that doesn't really matter. Exhibitions like this are typically used to experiment with lineups, work on sets, develop skills, etc. So take this all with a Michael Ojo size grain of salt, but here were some general thoughts. <strong>What Impressed?</strong> Devin Vassell. Like last year, the sophomore wing just seems to be around the ball. Deflections, tip-ins, loose balls.

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