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FSU senior cornerback Greg Reid, a likely mid-round NFL Draft pick in 2013 who’s one of the country’s more exciting players, was arrested in Lowndes County, Georgia last night. The details, after the jump.
When news broke last week that Florida State might join the Big 12, it was just another reminder that conference realignment will never end – there’s too much money on the line. But what if changing conferences became part of the college football system itself – like promotion and relegation in European soccer? it could work.
Florida State’s women’s basketball team beat North Carolina State 67-64 on Friday, thanks to a three-pointer by guard Leo Rodriguez in the final seconds. Dramatic finish…but we don’t know if any finish is dramatic or just plain crazy enough to warrant the call it received.
Florida State scored a huge win over no. 3 North Carolina on Saturday, 90-57, and afterward, the Seminole fans took the court to sing DJ Khaled’s stadium rocking favorite, “All I Do Is Win.”
What, they couldn’t speed-rap Ludacris’ verse in unison? Video, after the jump.
Michigan State handily defeated Florida State last night, 65-49, delighting the East Lansing home crowd. One moment during the first half, though, proved far less delightful: during one early timeout, MSU cheerleader Taylor Young took a nasty fall.
One of the better pregame shows on television is ESPN’s College GameDay, and one of the better aspects of College GameDay is scanning the background for entertaining fan-made signs. For those of you who were still sleeping on Saturday morning, or otherwise missed this week’s batch of signs, we’ve decided to round up the five best for you. This week, GameDay visited Florida State ahead of their matchup with #1 Oklahoma.
Today, legendary former Florida State football coach Bobby Bowden shared some previously-unheard news on ABC’s Good Morning America: he’s a prostate cancer survivor. Bowden hid the story well over the years: he was first diagnosed in 2007, when he was still at Florida State. Why’d he keep it to himself?
After defeating Florida State in overtime last night and advancing to the Elite Eight, the VCU Rams were, as you might imagine, pretty happy in the locker room.
The VCU Rams’ run continues. They were challenged tonight for the first time of the NCAA Tournament, but they still came away with a 72-71 overtime win against Florida State.