June 23, 2004
Tallahassee, FL –
Can’t waith for the 2004 FSU football season to begin? Missing the thrill of a Seminole victory on a Saturday afternoon? Well the Sunshine Network has the answer for you in its “Gridiron Classics” summer series. This Saturday you can re-live Florida State’s first National Championship when the 1994 Orange Bowl game btween FSU and Nebraska is replayed at 12:00 p.m.
Later Saturday night FSU fans can experience another great Florida State win in the Orange Bowl as the 1996 game between FSU and Notre Dame is replayed at 7:30 p.m. You can watch Danny Kanell lead the Seminoles back from the brink of defeat with two fourth quarter TD passes as the Tribe finished the year ranked in the AP’s top four for a record ninth straight season.
If you still need more Florida State football, tune in to Sunshine Tuesday, June 29 at 9:30 p.m. and watch the Seminoles and Iowa State Cyclones open the 2002 season in Kansas City. The thrilling last-second goal line stand by the FSU defense moved head coach Bobby Bowden past Bear Bryant and into second place on the all-time coaching wins list.
Sunshine isn’t just re-living great gridiron classics. They will also be broadcasting a great FSU win from the court as well when the network replays the 2002 FSU basketball upset of No. 1 Duke. Monte Cummings scores with 7.4 seconds left as the Seminoles rally from a four-point deficit in the final minute to beat Duke 77-76, snapping the Devils 22-game winning streak. The game will be broadcast as past of Sunshine’s “Above The Rim Classics” and airs Monday, June 28 at 8:00 p.m.
Get your fill of great Florida State athletics all summer long on the Sunshine Network, “1st In Florida Sports”.