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FSU Football Continues To Prepare For Saturday’s Game With Clemson

Seminoles put in the majority of their game plan ahead of Saturday’s key battle.

Nigel Bradham Interview – Nov. 5

Neefy Moffett Interview – Nov. 5

  Wednesday Practice Photo Gallery – Free

The Atlantic Coast Conference couldn’t be more wide open heading into the home stretch and the only thing we know for sure is anybody can beat anyone else in this conference. That means with three conference games remaining, the battle to get to Tampa Bay is as contentious as ever. With that backdrop, the 24th-ranked Seminole football team continued its preparations for Clemson with a 22-period practice Wednesday.


  • Most of practice was spent with both the offense and defense working versus scout teams.
  • Pass rush was dominated by the offensive line on Wednesday. The only bright spots on the defensive side were Kevin McNeil’s four wins and a win for Kendrick Stewart. On the other line, everybody in a Garnet jersey got a win. The only player with multiple victories was Andrew Datko who recorded two.
  • In 7-on-7 Christian Ponder hit Preston Parker twice and Taiwan Easterling once. Drew Weatherford had two completions to Avis Commack and Bert Reed and he also hit Louis Givens.
  • The defense got its revenge in 11-on-11. Everette Brown recorded two sacks and Markus White had a QB pressure. Weatherford hit Commack and Cameron Wade twice, one of which was on a deep route.
  • Practice finished with the 1:00 drill and White almost literally finished the drill on the first play. The end not only sacked Ponder but managed to knock the ball out of his hands as well. Parker bailed the offense out on the next play with a huge run after the catch and then Ponder finished the day by hitting Corey Surrency for a TD.

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Seminole Football Spends Election Day Preparing For Clemson Tigers

While the Bowden Bowl is done, FSU still has to break recent skid versus Clemson.

Graham Gano Interview – Nov. 4

Tony Carter Interview – Nov. 4

  Tuesday Practice Photo Gallery – Free

Bobby Bowden Podcast 11.4 – Free

Graham Gano Podcast 11.4 – Free

Corey Surrency Podcast 11.4 – Free

Toddrick Verdell Podcast 11.4 – Free

While most of America was wrapped up in the presidential election, it was business as usual Tuesday afternoon for the 24th-ranked FSU football team. The Seminoles spent 22 periods on the practice fields getting their first look at Clemson. The players were told to take care of casting their votes before they came to meetings early this afternoon and then turn their focus to Dabo Swinney’s Tigers.


  • Most of practice was spent with both the offense and defense working versus scout teams.
  • 1-on-1 took place inside the 20 and Drew Weatherford connected with Preston Parker. E.J. Manuel connected twice with Rod Owens and once with Cameron Wade. Dionte Allen broke up a pass for the defense.
  • In pass rush Zebrie Sanders won a couple battles and Rodney Hudson, Antwane Greenlee, Brandon Davis, Andrew Datko, Ryan McMahon and David Spurlock also had wins. Markus White had a great drill with three wins and was the only defensive lineman to win multiple battles. Everette Brown, Everett Dawkins. Moses McCray, Toshmon Stevens and Paul Griffin all got to the QB.
  • In skeleton, Christian Ponder and Preston Parker connected on the biggest play of the drill as he went deep to the junior for a TD. Ponder also found Marcus Sims, Taiwan Easterling and Greg Carr. Drew Weatherford hit Easterling, Ja’Baris Little, Louis Givens and Owens twice.
  • In 11-on-11 Ponder found Parker once again and then completed a great pass to Easterling that the freshman turned into a big gain after he hauled in the ball. Weatherford connected with Corey Surrency and Cameron Wade. Ty Jones and Jermaine Thomas had big runs. For the defense White and Brown had sacks and Toddrick Verdell had a QB pressure.

To read the complete release, click here.

No. 24 FSU Corrects Mistakes From Georgia Tech Game Monday Night

Seminoles hang in the national rankings after comeback falls just short in Atlanta.

Mickey Andrews Podcast 11.3 – Free

Jimbo Fisher Podcast 11.3 – Free

Christian Ponder Podcast 11.3 – Free

The 24th-ranked Seminoles lost a heartbreaker in Atlanta Saturday afternoon. Trailing 31-20 with just over 6:00 remaining FSU cut the lead to three points and then with under 1:00 on the clock FSU was poised to score the go-ahead TD before a fumble sealed the Georgia Tech win. Florida State remained in the rankings this week despite the loss and is sitting at 22nd in the latest BCS standings. Their next challenge will be putting the Georgia Tech loss behind them and turning their focus to Clemson.

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Florida State’s Blackout Game Versus BC Set For 8:00 PM

Seminoles and Eagles will play on ABC in front of a Blackout crowd November 15.

The ACC announced the November 15th Florida State vs. Boston College game time to be a 8pm kickoff on ABC. Fans are encouraged to wear black to the game, as the Seminole Football team will don their traditional black uniforms in honor of the Seminole Tribe of Florida.

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.

Monday Coordinators & Starting QB Press Conference




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