Nov. 1, 2013
Seminoles.com will again be providing an instant photo blog of action before, during and after FSU’s top 10 matchup against No.7 Miami. This week the Seminoles are back in the national spotlight as ESPN’s College Game Day is hand in order to witness the revival of the rivalry. For more photos fans can follow Twitter and Instagram. Special thanks to Photographer Maury Neipris for his work on this.
Jameis Winston addresses the media.
Bobby Hart is asked about the play of the offensive line following the victory.
Jameis Winston is surrounded by a ton of media following the win.
The Seminoles score 20 unanswered points in the second half to defeat the Hurricanes.
Shortly after the third quarter, the crowd at Doak Campbell Stadium was announced as the largest, ever.
Jameis Winston uses his legs to set up another Seminole TD.
Flex ’em James.
Osceola and Renegade get it going after each score.
Two lucky fans even got engaged at halftime. Congrats.
Lee Corso also likes what he sees from FSU.
The crowd goes crazy after Devonta Freeman goes in for the first score of the game.
Osceola Plants the spear.
By 7 p.m. the student section is already full.
With all of the chaos taking place on the field the trainers still keep the mood light on the field.
“The Channel 5 Action News Team” from the “Anchorman” gets prime seats for tonight’s game.
James Wilder Jr. is always fresh on style when arriving at Doak Campbell Stadium in primetime.
This tailgate even has a yard.
These fans are playing a classic game called “Cornhole”
This figure by KIA attracts fans to certain promotions.
ESPN Radio in the middle of a broadcast outside of Dick Houser Stadium.
NCAA Football is out for fans to test right outside the ESPN Radio broadcast.
Fans leave Langford Green after the show to get ready for the 8 p.m. kickoff against No.7 Miami. These young Seminole fans show off their sign even after the cameras stopped rolling.
Fans start to get upset as Lee Corso hints back to the Oklahoma game in 2011 when the show returned to campus as picked the Sooners over the Seminoles.
“But not so fast…”
Staying true to his alma mater, Lee Corso selects FSU to win the game while representing his own FSU uniform.
The crew smiles for a picture as the show comes to a close. – Photo taken by Phil Ellsworth.
FSU alumni and famous country singer Jake Owen was the guest picker for today’s show. Clearly, he picked the Seminoles to win tonight’s game.
Jake Owen talks with Samantha Ponder after his pick.
Lee Corso comes on set and talks more in depth about today’s matchups.
As part of a tradition, College Gameday always brings out some great signs.
Plenty of pets were on the scene for the big day and in full Seminole spirit. “Nelson” was a big hit dressed up as Renegade.
Samantha Ponder talks live with Jimbo Fisher on ESPN College Gameday.
The FSU cheerleaders keep the crowd entertained during breaks.
The Golden Girls are also backstage.
ESPN College Gameday goes live from Langford Green at 9 a.m.
Kirk Herbstreit gets ready for the broadcast.
The Goodyear Blimp flies overhead.
Fans flocked to Langford Green well before sunrise with tons of clever signs.
Tallahassee’s country radio station 94.9 is on hand to see Parmalee before the storm.
Local media had the chance to catch up with the Gameday crew.
Throughout the day on Nov.1 local businesses will donate a portion of their sales to the Kidz 1st Fund – a charity that was founded by Jimbo Fisher and his wife Candi in order to find a cure for Fanconi Anemia – a rare blood disorder that afflicts their youngest son Ethan and many others. A special thanks to all those who participated.
Here’s a quick look at Way Out West.
Cole Couture also bleeds Garnet and Gold.
The field is touched up after last weekend’s game.
The College Game Day set assembly has begun on Langford Green.
A closer look at the stage.
The College Game Day set is getting ready to host thousands of fans.
The College Game Day bus was seen in Tallahassee very early on Thursday morning.
ESPN’s Jeannine Edwards visits the FSU football program for the the second time this year.
The hurricane flags are raised outside of the football practice fields to declare that it’s ‘Miami Week’.