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FSU wearing black uniforms this Saturday?
The Florida State football team donned black/garnet colored helmets during Thursday's practice and the official FSU Football twitter account both changed the Seminole head logo to black and posted a promotional video of the black jerseys.
After Thursday's practice, Jimbo Fisher did not completely confirm the uniform change for Saturday saying "we'll see" when asked.
Clemson's Lawson fires verbal volley
We're only one day into Florida State-Clemson week, and one of the Tigers' top players already has fired the first verbal shot at the Seminoles. Speaking to the media on Monday, star defensive end Shaq Lawson said that the Tigers are going to make FSU tailback Dalvin Cook wish he has signed with them out of high school.
Cook, who is one of the nation's top rushers, committed to Clemson before backing out and eventually signing with the Seminoles. Here is the quote from Lawson in a Tweet from one of the sites that covers Clemson:
Ryan Izzo waves good-bye to Kermit Whitfield
Florida State tight end Ryan Izzo got a great view of wide receiver Kermit Whitfield's 70-yard pass reception and touchdown in the third quarter of last Saturday's game. About halfway into the play, the redshirt freshman tight end waves good-bye to Whitfield knowing the speedy wide receiver would not be caught by the Louisville defense.
'Snoop' Minnis delivers new type of 'trash' talk
Former FSU wide receiver Marvin "Snoop" Minnis is at it again. Last month, Minnis delivered a hit on Facebook by setting up an end zone in his backyard to prevent alligators from coming near his home -- because, you know, a Gator wouldn't be able to cross the goal line.
Now, he is targeting the Miami Hurricanes, with a new brand of trash talk. Here's his latest offering as UM prepares to take on FSU this Saturday night at Doak Campbell Stadium:
ESPN SportsCenter has a Top 11
Ever since Disney (the company that owns ESPN) invested over $2 billion in the SEC Network there has been talk that the four-letter network has gone out of its way to push an SEC agenda and its members schools. On Sunday, ESPN SportsCenter's official Twitter feed didn't hide this fact when it decided to post the "Top 11" teams in the most recent AP Poll - Florida climbed up to No. 11 after beating Ole Miss at home. Florida State was the first team left out at No. 12.
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