Nov. 22, 2013
Seminoles.com will again be providing an instant photo blog of action before, during and after FSU’s matchup against Idaho. There will be plenty to captures as we honor our legendary senior class. For more photos fans can follow Twitter and Instagram. Special thanks to Photographer Maury Neipris for his work on this.
Final |FSU 80, Idaho 14
Telvin Smith thanks the fans that stuck around until the end of the game. He also thanks them for cheering for him throughout his Seminole career.
Kory Burnett chats with a fellow friend and Golden Girl about their careers at FSU after the game.
EJ Levenberry snatches his first career pick-six, helping FSU set a new school record for points in a game.
Keelin Smith also has his first career interception. He stretched for the goal line, however it was determined that he stepped out of bound at the 7-yard line.
Third Quarter |FSU 59, Idaho 7
Kelvin Benjamin makes his second TD grab of the game.
Thanks to all of our seniors on spirit squads.
The senior cheerleaders are recognized at the end of the third quarter.
Halftime |FSU 42, Idaho 7
James Wilder Jr. wrestles his way in to the end zone.
Cheerleaders celebrate the score.
Roberto Aguayo’s 5 PAT’s in the first half tie him sixth in the ACC for scoring at 116 points.
Kermit Whitfield blasts his fourth +40-yard return.
First Quarter |FSU 21, Idaho 0
Kelvin Benjamin and Kenny Shaw celebrate a 32-yard TD catch by K.B.
Telvin Smith picks up his second pick-six of the season.
Devonta Freeman gets things rollin’ with a 68-yard TD run.
The defensive front needs no explanation.They’re fierce
The captains shake hands before the game.
Saturday, 3:10 p.m. |The Senior Presentation
All 26 seniors were honored before the game. Phil Doumar anxiously awaits his turn to be recognized. – Photo by Ross Obley.
Demonte McAllister and his family takea a photo with Coach Fisher and his family before the game.- Photo by Ross Obley.
Saturday, 2:30 p.m. | Families Meet
Families of the senior class meet inside the Moore Athletic Center for a bite to eat before heading out to the field. – Photo by Perrone Ford.
Saturday, 1:30 p.m. | The Team Arrives
Bryan Stork and Jonathan Wallace arrive to play in their last game in Doak Campbell Stadium.
Saturday, 12:00 p.m. | The NCAA Soccer Tournament
Before the 3:30 p.m. kickoff, FSU soccer hosts Colorado in the third round of the NCAA Tournament. In this shot, Isabella Schmid makes a beautiful defensive play, helping the Noles to a 3-0 lead at the half. – Photo taken by Steve Musco.
Friday, 8:30 p.m. | FSU Volleyball Defeats Wake 3-0
The football game on Saturday isn’t the only sporting event in action on campus. Fans often flock to the FSU Volleyball games in Tully Gym on home weekends. On Friday the Noles swept Wake Forest, 3-0.
Friday, 5:44 p.m. | Team Departs
Before every home game, hundreds of Seminole fans flock to Doak Campbell Stadium to wish the team luck as they head to the hotel for the night. Kenny Shaw shows his appreciation to some young fans.
Jonathan Wallace greets fans before his senior day tomorrow.
Jimbo Fisher stops to sign a few autographs.
Terrence Brooks poses for a quick photo with a few young FSU fans.
After the crowd clears and the Moore Athletic Center tours have come to a halt, the Garnet and Gold Guides pose for a photo on the field.