The Osceola's Bob Ferrante joins us to discuss FSU Football's first win of the season and more. Then FSU Soccer head coach Mark Krikorian comes on fresh off securing his 300th win at FSU last week to talk about the #1 ranked Noles and the season so far. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Florida State Seminoles football team edged out their first victory of the season against the Syracuse Orange. FSU found themselves in the driver's seat for the first time all year. They got off to an early lead behind a stellar first-half defensive performance but could never gain the traction needed to separate themselves on the scoreboard. A nursed 10 point lead in the fourth quarter whittled away as Syracuse began to exploit some holes in FSU's defense. However, FSU ultimately made the plays they needed to make to hold on to the win. This game is conflicting. It's a huge positive that FSU was able to hold on to their first victory of the season, but missed assignments and sloppy play still prevented an entire 60-minute performance. It's clear that this team is still finding its identity. Some of these mistakes are hard to understand, so it helps to dive into the film and try to diagnose what actually happened. That's why we have the Triple Option team. Each and every week they go through and tell the tale of the tape. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/support
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Louisville Cardinals head coach Scott Satterfield is in the early stages of a pivotal year three. After a rocky 2020 season and some offseason hijinks, it was beginning to seem like neither Louisville nor Satterfield were entirely pleased with their present situation. The trend continued downward after a blowout loss to Ole Miss in week one. However, a big victory last Saturday over a solid UCF team may be the change in fortune the Cardinals need. A change that the Florida State Seminoles are desperately striving for as well. Offense Satterfield's background is on the offensive side of the ball and his teams tend to reflect his style. They heavily rely on pistol sets that give flexibility while giving away minimal information pre-snap They base their offense off of stretch which gets the defense moving laterally Then they use misdirection PA or inside zones to take advantage of flowing defenders The key to their offense is quarterback Malik Cunningham who is a runner first but whose passing game continues to improve throughout his career. Defense Their defense tends to operate under one directive: stop the run. They play a one-gap 3-4 that allows quick upfield movement by the defensive line Their linebackers are aggressive in run fits and are heavily involved in the pass rush via stunts This aggressiveness can leave them a bit vulnerable to the passing game. Some of these concepts are a bit difficult to fully grasp on paper. So lets jump into the film to see what they look like on the field. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/support
Entering week four of the season, a notch in the win column still eludes the Florida State Seminoles. Remarkably, though, their top-10 recruiting class has stayed intact. On this episode, the Three Stars discuss the recent public statements of support from various future ‘Noles, which members of Tribe 22 are firm in their commitments and which could be shaky, and how FSU's recruiting pitch might evolve. They also dip into the mailbag to discuss which position group is most crucial for this cycle: offensive line, defensive line, or linebacker? The episode concludes with a breakdown on the scheduled official visitors for this weekend vs. the Louisville Cardinals. The Florida State of Recruiting (FSoR) Podcast features the Three Stars: Josh Pick, Tim Alumbaugh, and David Stout. And if you can't get enough Florida State in your life, check out our “Everything Noles” podcast family, home of FSoR, Triple Option and more. As always, check out all the latest recruiting updates in the latest version of the official Tomahawk Nation recruiting thread. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/support
The Florida State Seminoles have gotten off to their first 0-3 start since Bobby Bowden's first year behind the helm. The most recent addition to this inauspicious start was a loss to the Wake Forest Demon Deacons that never really felt within range. Head Coach Mike Norvell and his staff are still searching for answers to how they can get this team back on track and the FSU fanbase as a whole has not been hesitant to supply advice. After that performance, the coaches were bombarded with a litany of questions- some good and some not as good- asking them to explain some decisions made throughout the game. Luckily at Tomahawk Nation, we have easy access to a man that participated in Monday's press conference firsthand. Tommy Mire joins the Triple Option guys and we take in his perspective on some of the coaches' comments and get a feel for the general vibe around campus. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/support
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.
TJ and Richie reflect over the worst loss in FSU Football history. Some NFL talk: Jameis, Bucs Double Fries No Slaw is brought to you by Guthrie's in Tallahassee. Visit both their locations at 1818 W Tennessee St and 2550 N Monroe! Rats us 5 Stars on iTunes and Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!
Bud and Ingram of the Nolecast take a hard look at what lies ahead for Florida State against JSU. Everyone is anticipating the same energy that the Noles showcased against Notre Dame; thats what needs to take place.
The guys reconvene after a wild weekend in Tallahassee. They start by discussing their weekend and the amazing crowd and scene in Doak Campbell Stadium Sunday night. They continue by breaking down the FSU-ND matchup and what it could mean for FSU going forward. The guys celebrate some winners in their Upset Picks of the week before getting into the NFL Week 1 and Super Bowl matchup predictions. They close with a preview of the New England Patriots-Miami Dolphins Week 1 matchup. Twitter: @EdgeoftheBenchInstagram: EdgeoftheBenchFacebook: Edge of the BenchPart of the Walk-Ons NetworkThank you for listening!
The Noles showed a lot of grit and heart against a tough Notre Dame squad. There is a lot to be proud of but quite a bit to clean up as well. Bud and Ingram touch on some of these points as well as listener questions.
TJ and Richie chat with THE one and only Coach Duggs from Barstool Sports! They discuss how he got to where he is, what he does with Barstool, FSU Football outlook for this year, Notre Dame, Coach Bowden, and more! Double Fries No Slaw is brought to you by Guthrie's in Tallahassee. You can visit both of their locations at 1818 W Tennessee Street and 2550 N Monroe! Support the guys: patreon.com/doublefriespod
Everybody's favorite foul-mouthed, mustachio'd podcast is back — and for a very exciting episode. Kevin Kelly, American sportscaster, radio host, and professional wrestling color commentator, executive, manager, pundit, and former ring announcer (as copied directly from his fancy Google search profile) joins Trey to talk FSU football and more, including: his time at FSU as an alum in the late 80s; thoughts on Norvell and the current team His time in the WWF Attitude Era and drinking with FSU legend Ron Simmons thoughts on pro wrestling in general retroactively doing play by play calls for historically great FSU plays working directly with The Rock and being his main interviewer during the Attitude Era --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/support
Florida State Football's first game is less than two weeks away which means that it's time for head coach Mike Norvell and company to start shifting away from fall camp and into game prep. That makes it an excellent time to recap all that has happened over these past couple of weeks of practice. Luckily Tomahawk Nation has had boots on the ground for all practices this fall. The work done between newcomer Tommy Mire and veteran Brett Nevitt has meant that if you're following their practice threads then you haven't missed a beat when it comes to FSU's preparation for this season. It also means that the guys on the Triple Option have a large selection of practice highlights to comb through. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/support
The body of the legendary FSU Football coach Bobby Bowden will lie in state in the Historic Capitol from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. for public viewing. In lieu of flowers, the family asks for charitable contributions to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Also on today's Sunrise: — Gov. Ron DeSantis is dropping hints that the state may resume daily COVID-19 reports after cutting back to weekly reports in June — just before the summer spike began. But now the Governor says they can use those county-by-county breakdowns. — House Democrats want more than just maybe. They want numbers. But until the state starts publishing those numbers again, Nikki Fried says you can always count on the feds. — DeSantis is starting a new program to treat COVID-19 victims with Regeneron, and for once it sounds like he's taking the delta variant seriously. — The Governor's Office is also conceding they don't have the authority to withhold the salaries of school board members and superintendents who voted to impose mask mandates at local schools. — Sunrise looks at vaccine hesitancy and how to talk with people who won't get the shot. — And finally, three Florida Men used a shark to open a can of beer.
Fall camp ramped up last Saturday and head coach Mike Norvell and the Florida State football team have been in full swing preparing for the upcoming season. Coach AB and I have gotten our hands on some of the practice film courtesy of our boy Tommy Mire of Tomahawk Nation and hope to give some insight on how and why Norvell runs his practices the way they do and give some general thoughts that we've heard around the Seminole beat. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/support
Linebacker Amari Gainer talks after first day of Florida State Seminoles practice --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message
Running back Jashaun Corbin talks first day of FSU football practice --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message
The Florida State Seminoles have landed themselves another offensive line prospect, YAWN. Am I right? Alex Atkins is boring me with his recruiting success. In all seriousness, Mike Norvell and FSU hauled in Jaylen Early out of Duncanville HS and he is not a player whose tape will bore you. To help showcase what the blue-chip commit brings to the table, Kevin Little (XsandNoles) and I took to Zoom to break down the big man's highlight film. Here's some quick background for the non-visual learners: Florida State Football commit analysis Explosiveness Early is the first man off the ball consistently. That explosiveness is important for positioning and leverage. It is easy to project Early as an effective run blocker because he gets himself into position with his first step. You have always heard “the low man wins” but reality is the player in the best position is the one who wins. Agility Agility is a term not always used to describe offensive line prospects. However, when you watch top notch athletes on the offensive line you notice how well they start and stop, move side to side, and how quickly they can get their feet up and down. Early possesses all of these traits and shows you high level agility. In his highlights you witness a beautiful skip pull, Early is shown pulling on counter plays, and shows impressive quickness on zone plays. Power Early is nothing like Kanaya Charlton who engulfs opponents and overwhelms them. However, Early is a powerful linemen in his own right. This is where Early's explosiveness comes into play as he keeps his feet moving and finishes plays. The power that he possesses in his lower half paired with the quickness makes him a finisher as a run blocker. This is a great combination of traits to possess as an offensive linemen. He will need to continue to develop his upper body strength to maximize his power. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message
TJ and Richie discuss the Noles taken in the NBA Draft, FSU Football recruiting update, DFNS Draft (Winner : Harlan), DFNS (Duffins) Awards Nominations, and more! Double Fries No Slaw is brought to you by Guthrie's in Tallahassee. You can visit both of their locations at 1818 W Tennessee Street and 2550 N Monroe! Support the guys: patreon.com/doublefriespod
We're thrilled to unveil the first episode of the new Florida State of Recruiting Podcast featuring the Three Stars: Tim Scribble, Josh Pick, and NoleThruandThru, edited by Perry Kostidakis. We want to thank the TN community, particularly the folks who frequent the recruiting thread, because none of this would be possible without your interest and interaction. The community came up with some truly awesome name ideas. Special shout-out to bcup (Florida State of Recruiting podcast) and Otownbred (The Three Stars) for their winning name suggestions! On this episode of the Florida State of Recruiting Podcast, the Three Stars discuss: The Florida State Seminoles' latest recruiting weekend with blue-chip players from 2022, 2023, 2024, and 2025. The newest Florida State commits (Chris Parson, Daughtry Richardson, Daniel Lyons) Is there another commit on the horizon for the Seminoles? The impact of the opener vs. the Notre Dame Fighting Irish And an interview with #Tribe22 legacy defensive end commit Aaron Hester --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message
Florida State Seminoles football is taking its turn at the festivities of the ACC Kickoff today, with head coach Mike Norvell, defensive end Jermaine Johnson and quarterbacks Jordan Travis and McKenzie Milton all speaking to reporters and live on the ACC Network starting at 9:45 a.m. The selection of players is an interesting one, given that Milton and Johnson have been on campus for less than 7 months and the assumed quarterback battle between the aforementioned transfer and Travis, but there was obvious thought put into it beyond, “well this will be funny,” something sure to be revealed today. To catch up on the latest pieces we've done on the three attendees, as well as an earlier-in-the-year interview with Norvell, head below: Analysis How Mike Norvell built an offense for Jordan Travis What does Jermaine Johnson bring to FSU? How can McKenzie Milton revitalize FSU's offense? Profiles Jordan Travis is ready to elevate his game McKenzie Milton's road less traveled leads him to FSU One-on-One with Mike Norvell --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message
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