#NoleShots is back again for another season of instant photo blogging action before, during and after FSU’s home matchups in 2014. The top-ranked Noles are ready for another marquee match up with Clemson as ESPN College Gameday is on hand. Fans can also follow FSU Football on Twitter and Instagram. A special thanks to FSU photographer Maury Neipris for his work on this.
Postgame • Meet the Press
Coach Fisher talks to the media about how proud he is of his team.
Karlos Williams talks about his game-winning run.
Overtime • FSU 23, Clemson 17
The Seminoles could not run the ball until they needed to when Karlos Williams took the ball for the final 25 yards in overtime. He capatalized on a 12 yard touchdown run.
Bobby Hart was one of the first guys to maul Karlos Williams with a hug.
Coach Fisher Walked off the field with former FSU and current Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman.
Fourth Quarter • FSU 17, Clemson 17
Florida State ties it after a 74 yard touchdown catch from Rashad Greene.
The Cheerleaders look for the fans to “Stand Up and Yell.”
Third Quarter • FSU 10, Clemson 10
On the first drive of the second half, Mario Pender scores ona 1 yard touchdown run to tie it 10-10.
Osceola and Renegade celebrate the touchdown.
Halftime • FSU 3, Clemson 10
PJ Williams gets in on a tackle near the end of the first half.
Cason Beatty goes to punt in the second quarter.
First Quarter • FSU 3, Clemson 3
Florida State gets one the board with a 50-year field goal from Roberto Aguayo. He steps out to boot the kickoff following the score. – Photo courtesy of Michael Schwarz
Kickoff • Osceola and Renegade
One of the greatest traditions in college sports, Osceola and Renegade plant the spear at midfield.
Osceola and Renegade wait to lead the team out to the field.
Renegade’s Team ignites the spear before the duo lead the Seminoles out of the tunnel.
Saturday 7 p.m. • Warm Ups
Rashad Greene has a small chat with ESPN’s Kirk Herbstriet before warm ups begin.
Sean Maguire warms up for his first career start.
Waldo and his buddies are anxiously awaiting kickoff in an hour.
Saturday 6 p.m. • FSU Arrives
The Seminoles are led into Doak Campbell Stadium by Jimbo Fisher two hours before kickoff.
PJ Williams arrives ready to take care of business.
Sod Talk begins two hours before kick off. It’s a new tradition started this season involving former Noles sharing stories from various “sod” games.
The Sod Talk line up attracts fans to the Sod Cemetery. For this game the guests are Leroy Butler and Peter Boulware.
Lee Corso Makes His Pick • Saturday, 12 p.m.
Lee Corso had a special guest to help him make his pick – Ethan Fisher.
Corso and Fisher turn around and show the crowd their chop.
Before the segment, the crew helps Corso put on his jersey.
FSU Volleyball alum Gabrielle Reece joined the crew as the guest picker.
The entire crew goes live with their picks.
The FSU Golden Girls were on hand for today’s show.
ESPN College Gameday • Saturday, 9 a.m.
ESPN’s College Gameday went live at 9 a.m. but Seminole fans rolled into Langford Green well before to get a prime spot of the stage. Nothing stops FSU fans from showing their spirit.
ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi gets ready to go on air.
As always, FSU fans bring some crafty signs for the cameras.
The Friday Night Block Party • Friday, 5-11 p.m.
The Friday Night Block Party was on fire this week as both Chris Lane and Dallas Smith took to the stage at Kleman Plaza to perform their top hits.
Dallas Smith performs his latest hit Tippin’ Point.
A great crowd packed Kleman Plaza before the show started.
Chris Lane took to the stage before Dallas Smith and got the party started by singing his newest hit, “Broken Windshield View.”
There are always a ton of spirited fans on hand for the show.
Friday 12:30 p.m. • College Game Day Set
The set of ESPN College Game Day was open for pictures earlier in the afternoon. Groups came and took photos.
Groups also arranged to have tours of the production truck.
The annual corn hole tournament takes place on Langford Green.
Thursday 12 p.m. •The Gameday Set Is Built
Langford Green looks pretty calm while the Gameday set is being built. Workers begin painting the field for Saturday’s contest.