Monday, Nov. 13 -- FSU-UF game scheduled for noon
Florida State's annual showdown with rival Florida on Nov. 25 will be played at noon on ESPN.
Wednesday, Oct 25 -- George Campbell out for the season with core injury
Florida State's already depleted wide receiver unit got more bad news on Wednesday. Head coach Jimbo Fisher announced after practice that redshirt sophomore George Campbell will miss the rest of this season with a core muscle injury. This is the same injury that has hampered the former five-star recruit since he signed with the Seminoles in 2015. With Keith Gavin also out with an ankle injury, FSU is down to just five scholarship receivers for this weekend, and that includes two freshmen and a converted cornerback (Malique Jackson).
Monday, Oct. 23 -- RB Patrick 'most likely' out for season with knee injury
Junior tailback Jacques Patrick, who has been Florida State's starter all season while splitting carries with freshman Cam Akers, is "most likely" out for the season with a knee injury, FSU coach Jimbo Fisher confirmed Monday morning.
Fisher told Jeff Cameron on his weekly interview with 97.9-ESPN Tallahassee that Patrick tore cartilage in his knee.
Patrick seemed to be shaken up on FSU's last full possession after executing a cut block on a Louisville defender. He left the game one play before a fumble by freshman quarterback James Blackman led to the Cardinals' winning score.
Patrick returned to the game for FSU's final play with five seconds remaining and seemed to be running without a limp. He also attended postgame interviews and did not mention the injury.
Seminoles head coach Jimbo Fisher meets with the media Monday at 1 p.m. and is expected to further address the injury then.
Akers actually is FSU's leading rusher with 454 yards on 87 carries (5.2 yards per carry). Patrick has run for 434 yards on 76 carries (5.7-yard average).
Monday, Oct. 9 -- FSU's next two games scheduled for noon kickoffs
Florida State's Oct. 14 road game at Duke will be played at noon and will be televised by ESPN2. The Seminoles' Oct. 21 home game against Louisville also will be at noon. It will air on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2. The channel will be determined after this weekend.
Sunday, Oct. 1 -- Florida State drops out of Coaches' Poll
Florida State, who ranked No. 25 last week, dropped completely out of the Coaches' Poll following its 26-19 win over Wake Forest. The Seminoles also remained unranked in the AP Poll. This is the first time FSU hasn't been ranked in either major poll since 2011.
The 'Noles are technically No. 26 in the Coaches' Poll and No. 27 in the AP Poll based on "others receiving votes."
Miami (3-0), who FSU hosts this Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET, is ranked No. 12 in the Coaches' Poll and No. 13 in the AP Poll.
Monday, Sept. 25 -- FSU-Miami to kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET
The Oct. 7 Miami at Florida State game will kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET and will be broadcast by either ABC or ESPN. The TV network will be decided nearly next week.
Thursday, Sept. 21 -- FSU's Saunders named to Good Works Team
Florida State junior tight end Mavin Saunders was one of 11 FBS players named to the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team, the organization announced Thursday morning. Saunders was honored after being named the Riley Elementary Outstanding Adult Volunteer of the Year for his work with the local Tallahassee school.
Saunders began volunteering with Riley Elementary for class credit, but has now worked with the students for nearly two years, fitting in time around his football and school requirements. In addition to Saunders’ work with Riley Elementary, he was named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll for a second time this year.
This is the second consecutive year that a Seminole has been named to the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team. Last year, center Alec Eberle earned the honor for his work with Uplifting Athletes and head coach Jimbo Fisher’s Kidz1stFund. Saunders is the sixth Seminole to earn the distinction, joining Corey Fuller (1994), Wayne Messum (1995), Sam Cowart (1996), Christian Ponder (2010) and Eberle (2016).
The Allstate AFCA Good Works Team recognizes incredible stories of selflessness and community service and honors their dedication to volunteerism and enriching the lives of others.
Wednesday, July 18 - Three FSU players on all-ACC team
2017 All-ACC Preseason Football Team
WR – Deon Cain, Jr., Clemson
WR – Ahmmon Richards, So., Miami
WR – Cam Phillips, Sr., Virginia Tech
TE – Cam Serigne, Sr.-r, Wake Forest
AP – Jaylen Samuels, Sr., NC State
OT – Mitch Hyatt, Jr., Clemson
OT – Brian O’Neill, Jr.-r, Pitt
OG – Tyrone Crowder, Sr.-r, Clemson
OG – Wyatt Teller, Sr.-r, Virginia Tech
C – Alec Eberle, Jr.-r, Florida State
QB – Lamar Jackson, Jr., Louisville
RB – Mark Walton, Jr., Miami
RB – Dedrick Mills, So., Georgia Tech
DE – Harold Landry, Sr., Boston College
DE – Bradley Chubb, Sr., NC State
DT – Dexter Lawrence, So., Clemson
DT – Christian Wilkins, Jr., Clemson
LB – Micah Kiser, Sr.-r, Virginia
LB – Shaquille Quarterman, So., Miami
LB – Tremaine Edmunds, Jr., Virginia Tech
CB – Tarvarus McFadden, Jr., Florida State
CB – Jaire Alexander, Jr., Louisville
S – Derwin James, So.-r, Florida State
S – Quin Blanding, Sr., Virginia
PK – Michael Badgley, Jr., Miami
P – A.J. Cole III, Jr., NC State
SP – Quadree Henderson, Jr., Pitt