Nov. 15, 2013
Seminoles.com will again be providing an instant photo blog of action before, during and after FSU’s matchup against Syracuse. There will be plenty to captures as it’s Homecoming weekend! Plus the 1993 National Championship Team is coming back to celebrate its 20th anniversary. For more photos fans can follow Twitter and Instagram. Special thanks to Photographer Maury Neipris for his work on this.
Post Game 7:33 p.m. | Media Interviews
Sean Maguire talks to the media about playing extended reps tonight.
Jimbo discusses the play and focus of the team, while specifically talking about Jameis Winston, Kelvin Benjamin ,Nick O’Leary and Kermit Whitfield’s game tonight.
Post Game | FSU 59, Syracuase 3
Per tradition, Jimbo Fisher is greeted by his wife Candi and son Ethan following the game.
Devonta Freeman and James Wilder Jr. smile with some friends after the game.
One of Devonta’s fans is supporting a shirt of him and Syracuse safety (and best friend) Durell Eskridge.
Final | FSU 59, Syracuse 3
Nick O’Leary makes an impressive touchdown grab delivered by Sean Maguire. It was the first of Sean’s career.
Chris Casher also makes his first career pick-six.
Charlie Ward talks about how this team reminds him of the 1993 national title team while being interviewed by ESPN.
Third Quarter | FSU 59, Syracuse 0
Air James Wilder Jr…
For the touchdown!
Halftime| Homecoming Court
Members of the 2013 Court get ready to take their walk across the field.
Women’s swimming and diving team member Hannah Wilson waves to the crowd.
The 2013 Homecoming Chief and Princess wave to the crowd with their crowns.
Halftime| FSU 38, Syracuse 0
Kenny Shaw returns a kick in order to give the Seminoles good field position.
First Quarter | FSU 28, Syracuse 0
The fans from Panama City are enjoying Homecoming.
Jameis Winston hands off to Devonta Freeman…
Cason Beatty and Roberto Aguayo in the midst of their post-extra point handshake.
Saturday, 3:00 p.m.| The 1993 National Championship Team
Coach Bowden steps on the field with his 1993 National Championship Team before the game.
Coach Bowden shares a moment with current assistant Coach Dawsey before the game.
Coach Bowden talks with ESPN after the ceremony.
Saturday, 2:15 p.m.| Warm Ups
Keelin Smith and PJ Williams have a great time passing around before suiting up.
Keelin Smith and PJ Williams have a great time passing around before suiting up. Hopefully we’ll see this from Devonta Freeman a lot today.
Saturday, 1:30 p.m.| Team Arrives
The coaches lead the team into Doak Campbell Stadium
Coach Brewster encouraged the fans to come out and welcome the team into the stadium via Twitter and they did not disappoint. The team files in as fans show their support.
Saturday, 1:00 p.m.| FSU Cheerleading Alumni
A few FSU Cheerleading alumni smile for a quick picture as they get their tailgate started.
Saturday, 10:30 a.m.| Fan Tailgates
These fans have a great view before the game.
As always before an FSU game, one can find some of the best tailgates in the south.
Saturday, 9:30 a.m.| Marching Chiefs Alumni Rehearsal
Every Homecoming, hundreds of Marching Chief and Majorette alumni come back to play for the game, but not before they attend rehersal.
Saturday, 9:00 a.m.| The Sod Cemetery
In honor of the 1993 National Championship 20th anniversary celebration, flowers are placed on the tombstone of the 1993 Orange Bowl.
Friday, 8:32 p.m.| Brett Eldredge – Friday Night Block Party
Brett Eldredge steps on stage and performs a heck of a show at Kleman Plaza.
He rocked the Friday Night Block Party with several of his new hits such as Don’t Ya and Beat of the Music. He also sang some music from Bob Segar and John Mayer.
Obviously, the crowd was awesome!
The ladies loved every second Brett was on stage.
Friday, 5:38 p.m.| Meet and Greet
Brett Eldredge performs his hit song Beat of the Music for a small crowd.
Afterwards he signed a few autographs.
And of course @bretteldredge posed for a few photos.
Friday, 4:30 p.m.| Alumni Events
Several sports teams showed their appreciation for their alumni. Pictured is the event that took place at the Morcom Aquatics Center for the FSU Swimming and Diving alumni. Both friends and family of former athletes had the chance to meet the team.
Friday, 2:00 p.m.| The Homecoming Parade
Bobby Bowden served as the parade’s Grand Marshal.
Veronica Corningstone and Ron Burgendy made their appearance in a dashing float.
The FSU men’s basketball team had their fun in the rain.
The members of Kappa Delta and Phi Sigma Kappa stole the show with a different charming face.
Members of the Homecoming Court – Hannah Wilson and Cody Scarlett have a smile.
David Russell and Kaleigh Whitfield had their own fun while in the parade.