November 22, 2014 - by
#NoleShots – BC

#NoleShots is back again for another season of instant photo blogging action before, during and after FSU’s home matchups in 2014. With emotions at a high, the third-ranked Noles will look to unify a nation as they welcome Boston College on Senior Day. 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 • Coach Fisher Meets the Media

Coach Fisher met with the media after the game to discuss several topics. 

Rashad Greene also talks with the media about his game. 


Cam Erving is always a delight to interview post game.

Coach Fisher talks with the team. 

Coach Fisher give Rashad Greene the game ball for his performance and fighting through an injury. 

Ethan and Trey Fisher play catch in the turf room while Coach Fisher addresses the media. 

Final • FSU 20, Boston College 17

Roberto Aguayo lined up and kicked a 26 yard field goal after the Seminole ate up the clock on the final drive.  – Photo Credit WL Pearce.

Terrance Smith celebrates the win. 

Despite the weather, the student stayed and cheered on their Seminoles and of course took time for a few selfies. 

Halftime • FSU 17, Boston College 10

The rain picked up and so did the Seminole offense as Nick O’Leary went for the 30-yard TD score. 

Jimbo Fisher looks over the plays in the offensive huddle. 

Vic Viloria gets the team going from the sidelines. 


Tre Jacson cracks a smile during a timeout. 


Travis Rudolph had a nice first half with three catches for 48 yards. Photo Credit Bill Pearce.

First Quarter • FSU 7, Boston College 3

The Seminoles produced an drive of 6:24 with Karlos Williams converting on a 3 yard TD run. He celebrates with Cam Erving. 


Coach Kelly gets the defense fired up. 

With the unity stickers on the back of their helmets, the Seminoles huddle before heading into the locker room. 

Jameis Winston leads the team in the huddle. Photo Credit Mitch White. 

Burt Reynolds is given the spear by Osceola to plant. 

He plants the spear. 

After warm up the seniors were recognized. Rashad Greene smiles with his family and the Fishers. 

Saturday • 2 p.m. • Warm Up

The centers get ready with a few snaps. 

Jameis Winston puts him game face on in warm up. 

Rashad Greene gets ready for his senior game with a smile. 

It may be raining but Austin Barron’s family is all smiles awaiting the senior day festivities. 

Saturday • 1:30 p.m. • The Team Arrives

Senior Austin Barron walks with his teammates through the rain into Doak Campbell Stadium. 

Roberto Aguayo is all business as he heads to the locker room.

Sod Talk also begins two hours before kickoff as the team arrives. 

A ribbon is displayed in the Sod Cemetery. 

Along with remembering those Sod Victories.

Saturday • 12:20 p.m. • Cheerleaders Arrive

The senior cheerleaders pose for a photo before warm ups. 

Saturday • 10 a.m. Lockers Ready

The Locker Room is ready. 

Outland Trophy Semifinalist senior Tre Jackson’s jersey and equipment are ready to go. 


Along with seniorJosue Matias


Senior Bobby Hart will also join Matias and Jackson on the offensive line and celebrate senior day. 

Friday • The Friday Night Block Party


Yacht Rock Revue put on a show on Friday in Kleman Plaza. 

The band is one of the finest tributes to 1970’s light rock. 

Fans enjoyed Yacht Rock Revue on stage. 

The No. 2 Florida State Soccer Team defeated Northeastern 3-0 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Kirsten Crowley celebrates her first goal with her teammates. They will face No. 21 UCF on Sunday.  Photo Credit Larry Novey. 


The No. 8 Florida State Volleyball Team returned home and swept Boston College on senior night.  Sarah Wickstrom and Katie Mosher were honored before the match.  Photo Credit Perrone Ford.

Thursday • Prayer

Following the tragic events of Thursday morning, the Seminole community gathered to pray for the victims and their families. 

The Marching Chiefs head to the service. 

Thousands of students, staff and community members gathered at the Intergration Statue. 


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