#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 welcome Wake Forest for a 3:30 kickoff on a perfect fall day in Florida. Fans can also follow FSU Football on Twitter and Instagram. A special thanks to FSU photographer Maury Neipris for his work on this.
Post Game • Meet the Press
Coach Fisher talks about the improvement and reflects on the game.
Reporters flock to Roberto Aguyao to ask him about his 5-of-5 day.
Of course he has a little fun with the media.
Final • FSU 43, Wake Forest 3
Reggie Northrup and Giorgio Newberry are all smiles walking off the field.
Travis Rudolph scores a 59 yard TD catch in the fourth. – Photo courtesy of Jeremy Esbrandt
Third Quarter • FSU 30, Wake Forest 3
Reggie Northrup strolls into the endzone for a 31yd scoop and score, extending the FSU lead.
Roberto Aguayo tacks on the extra point.
The Cheerleaders celebrate and keep the fans rowdy.
The flyover team from Jacksonville, Fla. is recognized after the quarter.
Halftime • FSU 13, Wake Forest 3
Osceola and Renegade look on as the Marching Chiefs perform prior to Renegade’s retirement ceremony.
Jameis Winston finds his way to the endzone following a 2yd TD scamper in the second quarter.
Mario Pender breaks loose for a run.
First Quarter • FSU 0, Wake Forest 3
Lorenzo Featherston entered beast mode and produced five total tackles and recovered a fumble all before the second quarter. – Photo courtesy of Mike Schwarz
PJ Williams looks to contain the receiver on defense.
After the first quarter, some of FSU’s sports teams are recoginzed for their achievements for the 2013-14 season. A lively bunch, the softball team poses for a few selfies.
And we’re off…
Before the game, the teams celebrate ACC Sportsmanship Week with a handshake.
Pregame • The Marching Chiefs
The fans cheer at the end of the National Anthem for the flyover.
The Marching Chiefs take the field for their pre game routine.
In their formation…
Pregame • Warm Up
The head coaches handshake. – Courtesy of Mitch White
The team arrive two hours prior to kickoff. Senior wide receiver Rashad Greene looks to make history today.
Saturday • 10 a.m.
By 10 a.m. parking lots and other areas of the campus are buzzing with tailgaters.
This campus is explored by many fans on this beautiful day.
The Histroy Channel brings by the World’s Largest Smoker for fans to enjoy.
The Friday Night Block Party • Friday 5-10 p.m.
Fans know that Kleman Plaza is the place to be on Friday night’s before FSU home games. This week, the stage welcomed #FNBP alum, Corey Smith for another show.
Corey Smith performed a mix of songs on top of a few of his own, which included “Maybe Next Year” and “Twenty-One” in front a great crowd.
Corey Smith was brilliant on the guitar.
The Cheerleaders were on hand, as always to get the crowd inthe Seminole spirit.
Sammy Arriaga got the party start early on Kleman Plaza.