April 12, 2014
Seminoles.com will again be providing a photo blog of action before, during and after FSU’s spring game. Following the launch of “Ignition Tradition” the Seminoles will take to the new era in the annual spring game which can be seen on ESPN at 3 p.m. Fans can also follow the team and the photos on Twitter and Instagram. Special thanks to Photographer Maury Neipris for his work on this.
Coach Fisher addresses the media following the scrimmage. He touched on a few different topics but overall, was pleased with the game.
Rashad Greene was one of several players to stop in the media room after the game.
Bobo Wilson makes a great touchdown catch for the Garnet.
He’s happy with that one.
There were a bunch of former Seminoles that donned the sidelines for the game, but none were happier than this fella here. Devonta Freeman flashes that smile as he looks on at Doak.
Jameis Winston eyes Rashad Greene for a pass.
Equipment manager Zack Lucas helped some former Seminoles tryout and model some of the new gear.
Just after the halftime awards, more Alumni participated in the annual flag football game.
Every spring, Coach Fisher hands out awards at halftime. Jameis Winston, Jalen Ramsey and P.J. Williams won the Hinesman Award.
Cam Erving and Josue Matias won the Most Valuable Offensive Player Award.
FSU swimming and diving head coach Frank Bradley presets Rashad Greene with the Matt Schmauch Academic Achievement Award.
Rashad Greene helped the Garnet team take the lead with a touchdown catch.
The offensive line is ready for a play in the second quarter.
Following Greene’s touchdown, Ro’Derrick Hoskins comes up with a pick-6 for the Garnet.
Sean Maguire completes a touchdown pass to put the Gold team up 7-0 early in the first quarter.
The team takes the field.
As the Seminoles head into the locker room after warm ups, Jimbo Fisher stops to sign the hood of the #55 car.
Osceola and Renegade get ready to take the field after posing with fans for photos.
Jameis Winston flashes one of his many faces during warm ups.
The sod from the National Championship has be laid to rest in the Sod Cemetery.
Other than the midfield logo, other changes have been made at Doak Campbell Stadium. The garage door (where the Marching Chiefs run out to take the field) is freshly pained with the new logo and national championship years.
Fans flock to a corner of the endzone prior to warm ups to pose with the #55 car.
Fans began arriving early for the Garnet & Gold game for tailgates, live music and other activities on this picture perfect day. The #55 car also sat outside on Langford Green for pictures.
Reggie Northrup shows of his gloves.
Fans take pictures and video of the new uniforms.
FSU Athletics Director Stan Wilcox talks to media about “Ignition Tradition” and the other events that took place on campus earlier in the day.
This #55 car, which is raced by Brian Vickers in NASCAR will make a special appearance in the Coke Zero 400 on July 5 at the Daytona International Speedway. The car made a stop in Tallahassee and was put on display at Kleman Plaza for fans to view.
The field was painted and ready to go with the new logo in preparation for Saturday’s spring game.
Student-athletes first modeled off their new uniforms to a crowd of our boosters.