Noles News: FSU has three chances to cause chaos this fall
The new voice of Seminole Athletics has been identified; meet Gene Deckerhoff’s replacement.
Do you prefer written or audio content? Doesn’t matter at TN because after our written opponent preview series the Seminole Wrap is also previewing opponents on the schedule. Next up the Louisville Cardinals.
On the written side of things the experience-laden Demon Deacons travel to Tallahassee.
These five teams typically don’t recruit at the level it takes to maintain perennial ten-win seasons and it’s why they’re the most likely to take a step back in 2022.
According to this list FSU has three chances to cause chaos this fall.
Four-star WR William Fowles out of Hialeah, Florida enjoyed his most recent visit to FSU:
— William Fowles (@wfowles_9) June 20, 2022
2024 commit Camdon Frier has been offered by Alabama:
After a day of working with @HolmonWiggins, Coach O’Brien, and @eli_holstein10 I am humbled to announce that I have received an offer from Coach Saban and The University of Alabama. All glory to God. @AlabamaFTBL @247Sports @Rivals @CoachKellyUA1 @TheUCReport @SuwanneeFB pic.twitter.com/gAzUsB2BsO
— Camdon Frier (@CamdonFrier) June 19, 2022
Congratulations to Trey Cunningham; national track and field outdoor athlete of the year:
Trey becomes just the third Seminole to be named the Men’s Outdoor National Athlete of the Year by Track and Field News
— Florida State T&F/XC (@FSU_Track) June 18, 2022
Charlie Ward’s foundation put on the first Father’s Day Basketball Leadership Clinic.
Ask anyone that grew up during the late 90s and played ball in Florida; their answer might be the same: