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Seminoles.com will provide the most comprehensive coverage of the #19 Florida State vs. Boston College game.  Below are a list of the most important links for Gameday.

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Seminoles Finish Boston College Practices Thursday Afternoon

Florida State will try to keep its titles hopes alive versus the Eagles on Saturday.

Dekoda Watson Interview – 11.13

Everette Brown Interview – 11.13

Two seasons ago Boston College spoiled the debut of Florida State’s `Unconquered’ uniforms. Last season FSU spoiled BC’s dream season when the Seminoles went into Chestnut Hill and upset the second-ranked Eagles. What will this year’s match-up hold? Most of the nation will watch the storylines unfold live as ABC will broadcast the game throughout the entire eastern part of the nation and also on the west coast Saturday at 8:00 p.m. The Seminoles wrapped up preparations for the game Thursday afternoon. 

To read the complete release, click here.

FSU Practices For 21 Periods In Shoulder Pads As BC Prep Continues

Seminole’s as healthy as they have been all season for Homecoming game.

Head coach Bobby Bowden knows how the grind of a season can take a toll on any team’s health but heading into the final three regular season games of 2008 his squad is as healthy as it has been all year. That is good news for an FSU team that still has a shot at playing for the league championship for the first time since 2005 and still has games remaining versus Boston College and Maryland.


  • FSU spent 21 periods practicing in shorts and shoulder pads. It is the second straight day the team has been in shorts.
  • Most of practice was spent with both the offense and defense working versus scout teams.
  • In skeleton, Christian Ponder spread the ball around finding Jermaine Thomas, Greg Carr and Taiwan Easterling. Drew Weatherford connected on passes to Jarmon Fortson and Thomas.
  • Inside the 20 during skeleton Weatherford found Reed twice and Ponder hooked-up with Marcus Sims and Carr.
  • The defense had another nice drill in 11-on-11. Kendall Smith had a QB pressure as did Kevin McNeil. Michael Ray Garvin stripped the ball away from a receiver causing a fumble.
  • In the 1:00 drill the offense was unable to score despite a deep pass to Carr and Ponder connecting with Thomas, Corey Surrency and Preston Parker. Tony Carter broke up a pass, Kendrick Stewart got a sack and Patrick Robinson got a pass break-up as well.

Myron Rolle Named As One Of Eight Semifinalists For Ronnie Lott Trophy

Rhodes Scholar candidate is one of only two semifinalists who is not a senior.

It is shaping up to be quite a week for Florida State junior rover Myron Rolle. The Galloway, NJ native will head to Birmingham, AL next week to interview for the Rhodes Scholarship and on Wednesday he was named one of eight semifinalists for the Lott Trophy. Rolle is vying to win the first national award for a Seminole defensive player since 2000.

Rolle is second on the team in tackles with 46 and he is second on the team in pass break-ups with five. He has started 31 straight games since his true freshman year and.

Rolle has already been named a CoSIDA Academic all-district selection this year. The junior has completed his undergraduate degree and is now preparing for his career in medicine.

Named after Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott, The Lott Trophy is awarded to college football’s Defensive IMPACT Player of the Year.  Now in its fifth year, The Lott Trophy is the first and only college football award to equally recognize athletic performance and the personal character attributes of the player.

To read the complete release, click here.


Seminoles Spend Veteran’s Day Installing Gameplan For Showdown With BC

FSU’s success on the ground has been one of the major themes of the season.

Antone Smith Interview – 11.11

Tony Carter Interview – 11.11

Bobby Bowden Podcast 11.11 – Free

Antone Smith Podcast 11.11 – Free

Dekoda Watson Podcast 11.11 – Free

The Seminole football players had the day off from school due to Veteran’s Day but that mini-vacation did not extend to the practice fields. The 19th-ranked Seminoles worked out for 22 periods in shorts and shoulder pads as the work week got underway for the Boston College game. Saturday’s game will be a split national telecast as part of ABC’s Saturday Night Football.


  • Most of practice was spent with both the offense and defense working versus scout teams.
  • 1-on-1 began at midfield and the only break-up was turned in by Michael Ray Garvin. E.J. Manuel connected on passes to Cameron Wade, Bert Reed, Taiwan Easterling and Preston Parker. D’Vontrey Richardson also hooked up with Parker and Rod Owens.
  • When 1-on-1 moved inside the 20 Garvin and Dionte Allen broke up potential TD passes. Drew Weatherford found Reed, Jarmon Fortson, Corey Surrency and Louis Givens. The biggest play of the drill was turned in by Parker who pulled in a one-handed grab from Manuel in the back corner of the endzone where he managed to get one foot in bounds.
  • In pass rush Moses McCray was the big winner with four sacks. Everette Brown, Markus White, Kendrick Stewart and Neefy Moffett got to the QB twice and Justin Mincey got into the backfield as well. Rodney Hudson and Ryan McMahon were the only multiple winners for the offense. Antwane Greenlee, Joe Tonga, A.J. Ganguzza and Brandon Davis also had wins.
  • In skeleton, Christian Ponder found Surrency once and then had two completions to Greg Carr, Easterling and Parker. One of the completions to Parker was on a deep ball. Weatherford hit Surrency, Ja’Baris Little, Wade and Givens once each. He also hit Rod Owens twice and one completion featured a great run after the catch. Tony Carter and Patrick Robinson broke up passes.
  • Pass break-ups were the bi story in 11-on-11. Patrick Robinson had two, Jamie Robinson and Korey Mangum each had one as well. Neefy Moffett had a sack and a QB pressure. There were only two highlights for the offense and one was a completion from Ponder to Surrency and the other was Weatherford going to Owens.

To read the complete release, click here.

Seminoles Gear Up For The Final Stretch With Only Two ACC Games Left

Florida State looks back at big win over Clemson and will turn to BC tomorrow.

Mickey Andrews Podcast 11.10 – Free

Jimbo Fisher Podcast 11.10 – Free

Christian Ponder Podcast 11.10 – Free

The season is in the home stretch. Florida State has only three games remaining and two of the three are big conference match-ups. The 19th-rnaked Seminoles took a look back at their win over Clemson on Monday night and when the team comes back on Veteran’s Day Tuesday, they will be solely focused on the Boston College Eagles. Florida State will most likely need to win their final two ACC games and get a little help if it hopes to get to Tampa Bay for the 2008 ACC Championship game.

To read the complete release, click here.




Seminoles.com To Stream Live Coordinator Press Conferences

Seminoles.com will expand coverage of video streamed press conferences this season to include each football post-game press conference. Tom Block and the Seminoles.com crew will bring each post-game home football press conference live on Seminoles All-Access. For each road game, Seminoles.com will provide the full length press conference as video on demand.

Fans can continue to watch each Monday afternoon press conference with Jimbo Fisher, Mickey Andrews and the starting quarterback. The Monday press conferences will start at 1:30 and conclude by 3:00pm EST.

For both the post-game and Monday press conferences, Seminoles.com will offer the press conferences free as they are streamed live. Once the press conference end, you will need to be an All-Access subscriber to view them.

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