The NFL Draft has finished and with it there are now six former Seminoles newly-minted into pro ball. The number is higher than what many would expect considering the poor season FSU had, but the number also reinforces why 2017 left many fans wondering what was left on the gridiron. Congrats are in order for
I receive questions daily on social media and in person, the answers to which don’t make it into articles. Recently, I’ve fielded great questions about the FSU football program that I wanted to flesh out beyond 280 characters on Twitter. I figured it was time to do my version of a mailbag – a second
I receive questions daily about FSU football, the answers to which don’t make it into articles. I figured it was time to do my version of a mailbag. Feel free to email me, firstname.lastname@example.org, or hit me up on social media to see your questions answered. @mikeWFerguson: “Do any of the new coaches (demeanor, scheme,
Spring is the perfect metaphor for the college football fan. You’ve gone seemingly months without ANY TYPE of football so the brief spring installment period gives you a reprieve from the drought. This is especially true for fans of Florida State. After this past season, the program needed new life. Insert Willie Taggart and friends.
Spring games are a big deal in today’s college football climate even though they really are glorified vanilla scrimmages at most schools. Think of it like kindergarten graduation or your kid’s recital. It feels good to go to, but it’s not the real deal. You can still find out some things that are telling moving
One of the attributes that has been consistent about FSU defensive backfield over the years is the ability to get talent on the field. You always see new players emerge early in their careers as stars. Ironically, the “star,” or safety, position is one in which we have seen freshman really leave their mark. You