November 29, 2014 - by
#NoleShots – Florida

#NoleShots is back again for another season of instant photo blogging action before, during and after FSU’s home matchups in 2014. Another rivalry match is set for 3:30 p.m. as the Seminoles take on the Gators in Doak Campbell Stadium. 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 addresses the media after the 24-19 win. 

Jameis Winston follows with his comments on the game, having nothing but praise for his teammates. 

Terrance Smith talks about his pick six in the first quarter. 

Post Game • The Locker Room

The post game celebration continues in the locker room. 

PJ Williams smiles with the prize. 

Coach Fisher talks with the team following the rivalry win. 

Final • FSU 24, UF 19

The Seminoles celebrate with the gator head following the victory. 

After his final game at Doak Campbell Stadium, Cam Erving salutes the crowd with the gator head.  Photo Credit Jeff Romance. 


Jameis Winston walks off the field.  Photo Credit Jeff Romance. 

 Roberto Aguayo squares up a 38-yard field goal for the five point lead. 

Third Quarter • FSU 21, UF 19

Scooter Haggins and the Seminoles are ready for the fourth quarter. 

Dalvin Cook is taking over for the Seminoles, surpassing 100 yards on the ground after three quarters. Photo Credit Mike Schwarz

Halftime • FSU 21, UF 16

Jameis Winston fires a pass…

And he find Nick O’Leary for the second time today!

Earlier in the drive, O’Leary uses those bare hands to pull one of his three catches in the half for 35 yards. The other two were for touchdowns.

The Seminole defense puts pressure on Treon Harris…


Saturday • Pre Game

Osceola plants the spear at mid field. 

Captains Scooter Haggins, Tre Jackson and Rashad Greene head to mid field for the coin toss. 


The team runs out of the tunnel. 

The Marching Chiefs take the field for the pre game show. 

Saturday • Warm Up

Coach Fisher talks with ESPN’s Chris Fowler before the game. 

Coach Vic Viloria and other Strength and Conditioning staff help lead the team in stretching. 

Tre Jackson gets ready. 

Jameis Winston gets loose with a few long passes in warm up. 

Roberto Aguayo gets ready for warm up. 

He greets some familar faces during warm up. 

The receivers take the field for warm ups. 

The Golden Girls get the crowd ready for the game… 

With some dance moves.


Students continue to file into the stands during warm up. 

Nick O’Leary takes to the field for warm up for the last time in his career. 

Coach Fisher heads to mid field to greet Will Muschamp. 

Saturday • 1:30 p.m. The Team Arrives

Two hours prior to kickoff the team arrives to Doak Campbell Stadium to a warm welcom from Seminole fans. DeMarcus Walker enters the stadium ready to do and dressed to impress. 

PJ Williams does the chop as he enters. 

The Heisman House went up on Langford Green earlier this week for fans to explore.

Fans venture inside the Heisman House. 

The newest tradition, Sod Talk begins two hours prior to kickoff. 

Charlie Ward gets ready to share some of his favorite stories of the FSU vs. UF rivalry. 

All of the sod victories are honored with flowers. 

It’s early but the campus is buzzing with excitement for the 3:30 kickoff. 

VIP’s enter the Moore Athletic Center for tours before the game.

Friday • The Friday Night Block Party

The Friday Night Block Party season finale sure did not disappoint as Sam Hunt came to Kleman Plaza to perform in front of a full house. 


Sam Hunt performed his latest hits including one of country music’s hottest song “Leave the Night On” 

Who doesn’t love a selfie?

The cooler temperatures didn’t keep fans from the show. 

Sam Hunt also performed songs he wrote including Keith Urban’s hit, “Cop Car”

Before the show, Sam Hunt met a group of lucky ladies. 

Friday •  FSU Athletic Events

November is a popular month for athletics and three teams picked up wins, but none were more impressive than the FSU Women’s Soccer team defeating South Carolina 5-0 in the Elite Eight to advance to its eighth and fourth-consecutive, College Cup. Photo Credit Larry Novey

Prior to the volleyball match, Dr. Cecile Reynaud was recognized for her service as she plans to retire at the end of the year. 

The Seminoles went on to defeat conference rival Miami 3-0 to finish the year 28-2.

The men’s basketball team defeated Charleston Southern 58-47 at the Civic Center.

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