November 8, 2014 - by
#NoleShots – Virginia

#NoleShots is back again for another season of instant photo blogging action before, during and after FSU’s home matchups in 2014. The second-ranked Noles welcome Virginia for Homecoming weekend.   Fans can also follow FSU Football on Twitter and Instagram. A special thanks to FSU photographer Maury Neipris for his work on this. 

Final • FSU 34, Virginia 20

Coach Fisher addresses the team following the 25th-straight program win. 

The team gathers in the locker room after the game.

The Seminoles walk off the field after the win. Former center Bryan Stork was one of the few alumni on hand. He walks off the field with Cam Erving. 

Third Quarter • FSU 34, Virginia 20

The Seminoles are ready for their final quarter of play. 

Kidz 1st Fund raised one million dollars for the University of Minnesota and in between quarters, Coach Fisher’s wife Candi and son Ethan helped make the presentation. 

Roberto Aguayo prepared for a big third quarter, hitting two field goals. 


The acts of halftime continue to amaze the crowd. 

The Homecoming festivities took place at halftime, crowing this year’s queen. 

Halftime • FSU 28, Virginia 13

Rashad Green converts on a 22 yard pass from Jameis Winston for the TD. 


He celebrates with Cam Erving. 

Terrance Smith makes an acrobatic play for an interception. 

Karlos Williams stretches for his second TD of the night.

The cheerleaders flip for joy following the score. 


Coach Sanders thinks about the next play for his quarterback.

Josue Matias and Ryan Hoefeld discuss the last TD drive.

First Quarter • FSU 7, Virginia 13

Following a fumble recovery by the defense, Jameis Winston sets up a TD run for Karlos Williams after this 20-yard run. 

Saturday • Pre Game

Ocseola and Renegade take the field. 


With the flaming spear in hand. 

Prior to the game the Volleyball team was recognized for the 2014 season – putting up a record of 24-0 and a No. 3 ranking.

Tight End Kevin Haplea shows of his Kidz 1st Fund sticker on his helmet proudly. He is responsible for starting the Florida State Chapter for Uplifting Athletes and raising money for for Kidz 1st with Touchdown Pledge Drives. 

Jameis Winston leads the team out on the field for warm up with a smile. 

FSU men’s basketball standout Aaron Thomas is seen with his game face one during pre game.

Saturday • The Sod Cemetery

Sod Talk – a tradition that was started this season continues to thrive as Ron Seller shares his stories. 

The grave yard is decorated, just like every home game. 

Saturday • Seminole Villiage

Every home game, Thousands of fans flock to Seminole Villiage  on Langford Green. 

This week, Visit Florida proudly displays its Kidz 1st Fund Car.

Fans are out enjoying the tailgate. 

The FSU volleyball alumni is one program that is hosting their annual reunion. Some of the program’s greats pose for a picture. 

Prior to the team arriving, a few VIPs take a look inside the locker room. 

Friday • The Homecoming Parade

One of the events that takes place on Homecoming Friday is the parade and this year’s Grand Marshal was none other than the legendary FSU Head Baseball Coach Mike Martin. 


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