The leading podcast about Florida State sports. Bud Elliott and Ingram Smith discuss FSU football and recruiting, as well as basketball and baseball.
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Though both Bud and Ingram predicted Louisville to win over Florida State by multiple scores, the way it went down is still painful, as FSU falls to 0-4 on the season. Florida State made a valiant comeback attempt, but how much of that is for real? Not quitting was real, to be sure, but how much of the rushing game success was legit? How much of the defense's success in the second half was related to Louisville shutting things down? What was not disappointing was the great crowd in attendance at Township for the listener meet up. It was great to see our friends and sponsors including Matt Thompson, Chad Reidlinger of 844-FSU-Loan, Matt Lewis of Congruity, and to sip some beers from our Louisiana Hot Sauce koozies. Thanks for supporting the show. We know this is a rough season, and though we have and will continue to note that this is a long-term rebuild, it is still painful.
Bud and Ingram talk about the loss that Wake Forest put on our Noles. Cant say that this one wasnt expected, but there are still quite a bit of issues of how we lost. Bud also takes on the role of Dillingham when taking questions from the press.
Who on earth is going to suit up and play on the OLine for the Noles?! No one seems to know. Bud and Ingram discuss this as well as take a look at the most consistent unit for Florida State in their DLine. Here is hoping to a happy ending with a Dub.
Tough, heartbreaking loss to a team that FSU should have beat. Not exactly the follow up game you want to see after a competitive game against ND. Bud and Ingram discuss the loss and what lies ahead next week.
The Nolecast returns for the final installment of their season preview series with an anticipated episode featuring win probabilities. Ingram and Bud review each game of the schedule and give their win probabilities and try to explain how and why they got to that figure.
The Nolecast returns with one of their favorite episodes in the year as we play out this year's preseason snap count draft. We would love for any of you to visit our YouTube page in general, but watching along with this podcast might be especially helpful - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJn2CO7w5po&lc=Ugyht-usBpon829AWnN4AaABAg
The Nolecast returns with their positional preview series, this time with a focus on the linebacker group. The beginning of podcast is also dedicated to some listener questions and general discussion as to where FSU at this point in their fall camp preparation. Nolecast 8-19-21
The Nolecast returns with a podcast to start the week. While the OL positional preview is the focus of the podcast, Ingram and Bud spend the first 12 minutes talking about what they have heard thus far from fall camp and observations from the first scrimmage held on Saturday. Nolecast 8-16-21
The Nolecast is back with its second installment of the positional preview series, this time to examine FSU's ball carriers.Will someone other than Jashaun Corbin and Toafili break through? And how will the run game operate if QB Jordan Travis is not on the field as much?
Expectations are as low as possible for FSU's WR's & TE's coming into the 2021 season having recently been ranked the worst unit in the ACC. While Ingram and Bud are not blown away by what FSU has to offer for the '21 season, they are optimistic they can outperform expectations. Nolecast 8-12-21
FSU continues to add really meaningful pieces to Tribe 22 with addition Texas lineman Jaylen Early. Bud and Ingram also spend a decent amount of time trying to give a verbal flowchart for reliability of reporting tied to the tricky subject matter of conference realignment. Nolecast - 8-4 - 21
Ingram and Bud are back for another episode of Nolecast. Detailed in this episode is a detailed look at what options FSU and the ACC could consider after the SEC changed the college athletic landscape after adding Oklahoma and Texas. Nolecast 7-30-21
FSU's recruiting class experienced two more impact additions in the form of Daughtry Richardson and Daniel Lyons. We also spend a good chunk of time detailing the possible move of Texas and Oklahoma to SEC and what the impact would be on FSU.
Florida State added a significant piece in its broader support staff in the form of Kenyatta Watson. Bud and Ingram breakdown how Watson may be best used by Florida State and this could mean for their future recruiting efforts in the Peach state. Thank you to our sponsors: Louisiana Hot Sauce, Tarpon Cellars, Legendary Home Loans, Congruity, and Madison Social. If you enjoy the show please give us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and share on social media. Nolecast - 7-19 - 21
The Nolecast is back after a brief summer break to discuss all the latest in the Florida State Football program. FSU adds an impactful pass rusher to wrap up what has been a transformational amount of roster activity. Nolecast 7-13-21
The Nolecast is back to discuss the lastest in the world of FSU athletics with the majority of the discussion being built around the recent introduction of name, image, and likeness being brought in the world of collegiate athletics. Thank you to all our sponsors and the support we receive from you the listener. Hope you are having a great 4th of July weekend,
Florida State had a tremendous football recruiting weekend both in who it landed publicly, and in who it got assurances from behind the scenes who should soon go public. Bud and Ingram break down the intel they've gathered and discuss the prospects who went public. They also discuss the future happenings, and the comments from Manny Diaz. Thank you to our sponsors: Louisiana Hot Sauce, Tarpon Cellars, Legendary Home Loans, Congruity, and Madison Social. If you enjoy the show please give us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and share on social media.
The Nolecast reviews the recent additions to the 2022 and 2023 class, review official visitors, and talk about future commitment timelines for some of the prospects remaining on FSU's board. Nolecast 6/25 2021
Ingram and Bud return for an end of the week Nolecast. We have a statement on Destyn Hill from Mike Norvell, Bud's 1st hand observations of Travis Hunter and even some uniform talk. Nolecast 6-18-21
Bud Elliott jumps on to give you a solo quick run through of the remaining listener questions from the Nolecast's previous episode. Question topics include under the radar recruits, more Cain Madden talk, and how many more additions could be made to roster. We hope you have a great Memorial Day weekend and greatly appreciate your support of the Nolecast.
Bud Elliott and Ingram Smith return for another episode of Florida State discussion. They discuss the potential impact of Cain Madden's transfer, FSU's recruiting efforts in June, and take questions from the listeners. Thank you for supporting the show and our sponsors.
What record will FSU's opponents have when they play the Seminoles? Plus, we get into more good news on the recruiting trail and try to make sense of assuring playing time to two QB recruits. Please hit us up with a five-star review if you're an apple user. We love talking about the Noles and your reviews help keep us on top.
Great week for FSU Football as they make meaningful additions to their existing roster and executed as series of youth camps that appear to have both long and short term benefits. 2:00 Youth Camp Discussion 18:00 How historically poor FSU's 2017 recruiting class was 34:00 A listener question has us do a deep dive on the 2005 season.
Ingram and Bud are back again in this episode of the Nolecast, discussing re Florida State recruiting and a final look at the Football Only Facility and the full set of renderings. Also discussed is how possible CFB Super League is and how that could come about in college sports. Nolecast 4-20-21