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Wake Up Warchant
(8/12/22): FSU practice in Jacksonville, following injury protocol and YouTube Q&A

Wake Up Warchant

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 71:41


Audio kicks in fully at 3' mark (4:00) Johnny Wilson doing thangz (8:00) What to fear from LSU. What LSU should fear from FSU (13:00) Norvell and his offense and adjustments (15:00) Gag order on injuries. Them the rules. (20:00) Memphis offensive success coming to Tallahassee this year? (25:00) Trio of WR greats either/or (34:00) Top 5 DL? (41:00) "Install", TDs vs Duquesne, first TD of season (45:00) Bless Harris, any freshman to contribute on OL (51:00) How do special teams look? Who will lead the team in sacks (1:00:00) Multiple 500 yd WRs or one close to 1,000? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
3 keys to a successful FSU offense in 2022 -- Noles Quality Control

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 9:14


TALLAHASSEE FL- This season will be pivotal for Mike Norvell and the Seminoles, while they have improved their offense and raised the floor for this team there are still some major concerns heading into the season. They have had an extremely efficient running game with Jordan Travis creating magic scrambling and throwing downfield. But this team still needs to overcome some major questions this season. These three keys are the biggest factors that will make this offense thrive or crash. Keeping quarterback Jordan Travis on the field I am not a fan of referring to a QBs win-loss record. But given the drop-off in the quality of play without Travis under Norvell, the win-loss record is concerning given that Travis has missed time due to injury or other concerns — with Travis playing, the team is 7-. Without him, they're 1-7. Last season Travis was responsible for 45% of the team's yards from scrimmage and more than 50% of the team's touchdowns while playing around 60% of the dropbacks. They need him to stay on the field. In 2021, no other quarterback could get in a rhythm and put together consistent enough play. This season the only new quarterback in the building is AJ Duffy, a true freshman who may have a bright future but is still learning how to play at the collegiate level. Travis needs to be healthy for this team and offense to be successful and without him, it will be a struggle to get to make a bowl. Production from the receiver position Under Mike Norvell, the Seminoles haven't had a receiver finish a season with more than 30 catches or 400 yards. No receiver in the 2021 season had a 100-yard game. Last season the struggles at that position were clearly a talent deficit with players being unable to win one on one and create separation. But this offseason the team brought in four different receivers via the transfer portal, and some of their young receivers should continue to improve. Mycah Pittman will work well in Norvell's system that focuses so much on production out of the slot. While Johnny Wilson offers a skillset that is lacking, at 6'7 he will be a possession, contested catch monster as long as he can keep up the consistency he's shown in fall camp. While the other two transfers are harder to project, with Winston Wright still making his way back from a leg injury sustained in a car accident and Deuce Spann still mastering the position, this influx of talent should improve the receiving room along with the returning players like Malik McClain, Ja'Khi Douglas, and Ontaria Wilson who have all shown flashes and have been key parts of the offense in year's past. Improving the quality of the offensive line In 2021 the offensive line was wildly inconsistent, with the Seminoles' seeing 21 different starting offensive line combinations in 12 games. No matter how much talent you have, that kind of inconsistency is too much to overcome. But Alex Atkins and the staff have been hard at work, bringing in ten new offensive linemen with four coming via the transfer portal. All of the transfers they brought have starting experience at multiple positions. While Kayden Lyles went down with a season-ending injury, the team is returning four of their five most experienced starters and with the influx of talent, they should be able to improve the line. They need to improve and stay healthy enough to keep Travis on his feet and be able to dominate the line of scrimmage to allow the Seminoles to have a consistent rushing attack. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
3 keys to a successful FSU offense in 2022 -- Noles Quality Control

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 9:14


TALLAHASSEE FL- This season will be pivotal for Mike Norvell and the Seminoles, while they have improved their offense and raised the floor for this team there are still some major concerns heading into the season. They have had an extremely efficient running game with Jordan Travis creating magic scrambling and throwing downfield. But this team still needs to overcome some major questions this season. These three keys are the biggest factors that will make this offense thrive or crash. Keeping quarterback Jordan Travis on the field I am not a fan of referring to a QBs win-loss record. But given the drop-off in the quality of play without Travis under Norvell, the win-loss record is concerning given that Travis has missed time due to injury or other concerns — with Travis playing, the team is 7-. Without him, they're 1-7. Last season Travis was responsible for 45% of the team's yards from scrimmage and more than 50% of the team's touchdowns while playing around 60% of the dropbacks. They need him to stay on the field. In 2021, no other quarterback could get in a rhythm and put together consistent enough play. This season the only new quarterback in the building is AJ Duffy, a true freshman who may have a bright future but is still learning how to play at the collegiate level. Travis needs to be healthy for this team and offense to be successful and without him, it will be a struggle to get to make a bowl. Production from the receiver position Under Mike Norvell, the Seminoles haven't had a receiver finish a season with more than 30 catches or 400 yards. No receiver in the 2021 season had a 100-yard game. Last season the struggles at that position were clearly a talent deficit with players being unable to win one on one and create separation. But this offseason the team brought in four different receivers via the transfer portal, and some of their young receivers should continue to improve. Mycah Pittman will work well in Norvell's system that focuses so much on production out of the slot. While Johnny Wilson offers a skillset that is lacking, at 6'7 he will be a possession, contested catch monster as long as he can keep up the consistency he's shown in fall camp. While the other two transfers are harder to project, with Winston Wright still making his way back from a leg injury sustained in a car accident and Deuce Spann still mastering the position, this influx of talent should improve the receiving room along with the returning players like Malik McClain, Ja'Khi Douglas, and Ontaria Wilson who have all shown flashes and have been key parts of the offense in year's past. Improving the quality of the offensive line In 2021 the offensive line was wildly inconsistent, with the Seminoles' seeing 21 different starting offensive line combinations in 12 games. No matter how much talent you have, that kind of inconsistency is too much to overcome. But Alex Atkins and the staff have been hard at work, bringing in ten new offensive linemen with four coming via the transfer portal. All of the transfers they brought have starting experience at multiple positions. While Kayden Lyles went down with a season-ending injury, the team is returning four of their five most experienced starters and with the influx of talent, they should be able to improve the line. They need to improve and stay healthy enough to keep Travis on his feet and be able to dominate the line of scrimmage to allow the Seminoles to have a consistent rushing attack. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 8-11 THURSDAY HOUR 2

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 43:39 Very Popular


Chuck opens hour two by talking about coaching jobs that could come open in major college football. Ira Schoffel of warchant.com join to talk Florida State Seminoles. Heath Cline of 107.5 The Game in Columbia talks some South Carolina Gamecocks.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wake Up Warchant
(8/11/22): FSU offensive explosion, blow to the OL, "RenEx", will Dugans get credit, what if they start slow

Wake Up Warchant

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 88:53


(4:00) FSU offense goes berserk (19:00) Kayden Lyles out for the year, thoughts... (31:00) How aren't we a Top 5 "DBU"? (45:00 Will Dugans get credit if these WRs play well? (1:09:00) What if after all this positive talk they start 1-2? Music: Limp Bizkit - Faith Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
FSU football in Jacksonville -- head coach Mike Norvell interview after Florida State Seminoles practice

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 10:28


Florida State held its first practice at UNF this morning. The Seminoles will participate in practice and team activities in Jacksonville today and tomorrow. After playing in their first scrimmage of the fall camp last weekend, the coaching staff and players will be back on the field on Saturday for the Noles' second scrimmage. In the offseason, the Seminoles have focused on physical improvement throughout the team, but the focal point in these final weeks will be the players' mental toughness and knowledge of the playbook. FSU added veterans throughout the lineup that are ready for plenty of snaps on the field, and if they can get quality play from their transfers and some of their freshmen, the depth on this team should be a definite strength. Head coach spoke with FSU's media after practice today to talk about the Seminoles' road trip and his takeaways from his squad's day of work, mentioning that the team emphasized short yard and red zone situations to amp up the intensity as camp begins to wind down. On today's practice “I thought today was a good physical practice, back in full pads. You had some short yardage situations, opportunity to see guys get after it. I thought it was good competitive work.” “Our offense started off fast, defense did a good job of responding and I thought the back and forth were really good.” On last night's team event “Last night we had a team event, guys were able to relax just a little bit, before they hit the dorm rooms, but it was fun, I love this team, I love the guys I get to coach. Such great young men, they have wonderful personalities.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Rich Eisen Show
REShow: Rick Stroud/Mike Norvell - Hour 3 (8-11-2022)

The Rich Eisen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 50:07


Tampa Bay Times Bucs Insider Rick Stroud tells guest host Ryan Leaf why even he's baffled by Tom Brady's mysterious absence from Buccaneers' training camp and if it could be a harbinger of something bigger to come for TB12, what Tampa's expectations are for the 2022 season under new head coach Todd Bowles, and why the new-look Miami Dolphins will be “a problem” for the teams on their schedule this year. Florida State Head Football Coach Mike Norvell and Ryan discuss the challenges of bringing a winning tradition back to the Seminoles after some down years following the Bobby Bowden era and more.   Ryan and the guys react to reports that the Cleveland Browns will pursue Jimmy Garoppolo if Deshaun Watson's suspension is extended and offer up a solution for Kyle Shanahan in his beef with the NFL who won't let him choose which hats he can wear during games this season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Chase Thomas Podcast
The Full Ride: ACC Season Preview, Big Ten Leaving ESPN & Most Hated CFB Teams Of All Time With Matt Green

The Chase Thomas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 112:04


Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy & VFL. On part 2 of today's program, Chase is joined by fellow University of North Georgia to talk about the Big Ten joining up with FOX, CBS and NBC and leaving ESPN, the most hated CFB teams of all time, their ACC season preview, if Clemson will bounce back, Jordan Travis and the Seminoles, betting on Malik Cunningham and Louisville to break through, NC State being the favorites in the conference, forgetting about Pittsburgh, a rebuilding year for Virginia and North Carolina and much more. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Georgia Bulldogs
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 8-11 THURSDAY HOUR 2

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 43:39


Chuck opens hour two by talking about coaching jobs that could come open in major college football. Ira Schoffel of warchant.com join to talk Florida State Seminoles. Heath Cline of 107.5 The Game in Columbia talks some South Carolina Gamecocks.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
FSU football in Jacksonville -- head coach Mike Norvell interview after Florida State Seminoles practice

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 10:28


Florida State held its first practice at UNF this morning. The Seminoles will participate in practice and team activities in Jacksonville today and tomorrow. After playing in their first scrimmage of the fall camp last weekend, the coaching staff and players will be back on the field on Saturday for the Noles' second scrimmage. In the offseason, the Seminoles have focused on physical improvement throughout the team, but the focal point in these final weeks will be the players' mental toughness and knowledge of the playbook. FSU added veterans throughout the lineup that are ready for plenty of snaps on the field, and if they can get quality play from their transfers and some of their freshmen, the depth on this team should be a definite strength. Head coach spoke with FSU's media after practice today to talk about the Seminoles' road trip and his takeaways from his squad's day of work, mentioning that the team emphasized short yard and red zone situations to amp up the intensity as camp begins to wind down. On today's practice “I thought today was a good physical practice, back in full pads. You had some short yardage situations, opportunity to see guys get after it. I thought it was good competitive work.” “Our offense started off fast, defense did a good job of responding and I thought the back and forth were really good.” On last night's team event “Last night we had a team event, guys were able to relax just a little bit, before they hit the dorm rooms, but it was fun, I love this team, I love the guys I get to coach. Such great young men, they have wonderful personalities.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

On The Bench: An FSU football podcast
Previewing FSU's offense: Building around J-Trav (X's and Noles)

On The Bench: An FSU football podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 49:47 Very Popular


What's the best strategy for FSU's offense this season given its personnel? A heavy dose of Jordan Travis, of course, but then what? Trey Rowland, Kevin Little, and Coach AB go over the offense and what they think the Seminoles should try to do schematically around Travis this season. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Wake Up Warchant
(8/10/22): FSU preseason camp stock report, broader defense and run game thoughts, B1G TV deal

Wake Up Warchant

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 50:24


(5:00) Johnny Wilson emerging (?) (12:00) Omarion Cooper's camp vs. expectations (15:00) Kick game up and down (23:00) On Jared Verse (32:00) Deuce Spann emerging (?) (37:00) Run game getting chunk plays (41:00) B1G has close to $700M locked up with another piece to sell, long game for FSU Music: The Early November - Make It Happen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
FSU OL Kayden Lyles out for season, HC Mike Norvell announces -- post-practice interview with Seminoles head coach

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 10:04


As Florida State continues to grind through the preseason, head coach Mike Norvell knows that this week is a crucial one for his squad. He said as much after practice Monday, discussing that with the season opener vs. the Duquesne Dukes coming closer and closer, the time for the Seminoles to separate themselves is now. He touched on other major topics, including offensive linemen Kayden Lyles' season-ending injury. “I hate it for him with the work that he has put in. He has done a great job since he has gotten here. He's an incredible person, the relationships that he has built. We will explore all options here moving forward... he is actively going to be a part of what we're doing but just, unfortunately, won't be able to be on the field this year.” Here are some other excerpts from his availability — you can find the full interview below. On Jordan Travis's performance in fall camp “I don't know if he has had a bad day throughout fall camp. There has been decisions and things he has grown from. I like what I have seen from his continued growth and development as well as all the quarterbacks.” On Johnny Wilson and his performance at practice. “He is definitely a weapon with his size, speed, and ability to bend ... to watch him run routes and the work he has put in it is really impressive. I am excited about that group. That whole receiver core is elevating themselves through competition.” On the upcoming practices in Jacksonville “It's about team, going to a place that is different than you are used too. We will be on a single field. This week we have to come together through the challenge.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
FSU OL Kayden Lyles out for season, HC Mike Norvell announces -- post-practice interview with Seminoles head coach

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 10:04


As Florida State continues to grind through the preseason, head coach Mike Norvell knows that this week is a crucial one for his squad. He said as much after practice Monday, discussing that with the season opener vs. the Duquesne Dukes coming closer and closer, the time for the Seminoles to separate themselves is now. He touched on other major topics, including offensive linemen Kayden Lyles' season-ending injury. “I hate it for him with the work that he has put in. He has done a great job since he has gotten here. He's an incredible person, the relationships that he has built. We will explore all options here moving forward... he is actively going to be a part of what we're doing but just, unfortunately, won't be able to be on the field this year.” Here are some other excerpts from his availability — you can find the full interview below. On Jordan Travis's performance in fall camp “I don't know if he has had a bad day throughout fall camp. There has been decisions and things he has grown from. I like what I have seen from his continued growth and development as well as all the quarterbacks.” On Johnny Wilson and his performance at practice. “He is definitely a weapon with his size, speed, and ability to bend ... to watch him run routes and the work he has put in it is really impressive. I am excited about that group. That whole receiver core is elevating themselves through competition.” On the upcoming practices in Jacksonville “It's about team, going to a place that is different than you are used too. We will be on a single field. This week we have to come together through the challenge.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
FSU wide receiver room looks good, baseball makes hire official, basketball gets preseason work in Canada -- latest in Florida State Seminoles sports

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 4:17


Hello and welcome to Noles News Now, the latest in Florida State Seminoles sports presented by Tomahawk Nation. I'm your host Perry Kostidakis — let's hop right in.  FSU football has been grinding away on the practice field — after last Saturday's scrimmage, the Seminoles have amped up the intensity in a week that head coach Mike Norvell has designated as a major one. He said they've turned up the notch a bit, saying this week's upcoming scrimmage on Saturday will help truly identify where and who this team is in its progress. Florida State heads out to UNF for an away-from-home two-day camp session in Jacksonville starting Thursday. The excursion is a chance for the team to bond a bit through both travel and planned experiences, as well as get the team used to practice out of its element ahead of the season. So far in camp, the team has showcased a different level of depth and talent -- notably, the wide receiver group has looked like a step above what we've seen in camp over the last few years, with the staff's investment in the position over the offseason seemingly paying off. Across the board, good, productive reps are being had, and there isn't a noticeable drop-off when changing out starters -- a major indicator of progress for Norvell's squad. In basketball news, FSU continues its Canadian exhibition tour, having faced off against Carleton University on Monday. They took down the Ravens 98-64 — an impressive feat given that the bulk of FSU players receiving minutes were fresh faces, either in the form of newbies or walk-ins.  FSU baseball made another hire official — the Seminoles announced the addition of Brad Vanderglas as an assistant coach. He'll work with the Seminole outfielders, manage practices, and lead all instructional camps and clinics. If you've missed some of the latest episodes that have dropped on our TomahawkNation.com podcast network, do yourselves a favor and scroll back a bit on the feed. We have a great interview with Bryant McFadden breaking down the 2022 season for FSU, an insider look at everything Seminoles basketball and a breakdown of 2023 blue-chip running back commit Samuel Singleton. On the website, we've got live coverage of today's FSU football practice action, as well as a preseason update on how Seminoles recruiting is shaking out for the class of 2023. Thank you for subscribing and listening — please leave us 5 stars and review if you haven't yet, and we'll catch you next time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
FSU wide receiver room looks good, baseball makes hire official, basketball gets preseason work in Canada -- latest in Florida State Seminoles sports

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 4:17


Hello and welcome to Noles News Now, the latest in Florida State Seminoles sports presented by Tomahawk Nation. I'm your host Perry Kostidakis — let's hop right in.  FSU football has been grinding away on the practice field — after last Saturday's scrimmage, the Seminoles have amped up the intensity in a week that head coach Mike Norvell has designated as a major one. He said they've turned up the notch a bit, saying this week's upcoming scrimmage on Saturday will help truly identify where and who this team is in its progress. Florida State heads out to UNF for an away-from-home two-day camp session in Jacksonville starting Thursday. The excursion is a chance for the team to bond a bit through both travel and planned experiences, as well as get the team used to practice out of its element ahead of the season. So far in camp, the team has showcased a different level of depth and talent -- notably, the wide receiver group has looked like a step above what we've seen in camp over the last few years, with the staff's investment in the position over the offseason seemingly paying off. Across the board, good, productive reps are being had, and there isn't a noticeable drop-off when changing out starters -- a major indicator of progress for Norvell's squad. In basketball news, FSU continues its Canadian exhibition tour, having faced off against Carleton University on Monday. They took down the Ravens 98-64 — an impressive feat given that the bulk of FSU players receiving minutes were fresh faces, either in the form of newbies or walk-ins.  FSU baseball made another hire official — the Seminoles announced the addition of Brad Vanderglas as an assistant coach. He'll work with the Seminole outfielders, manage practices, and lead all instructional camps and clinics. If you've missed some of the latest episodes that have dropped on our TomahawkNation.com podcast network, do yourselves a favor and scroll back a bit on the feed. We have a great interview with Bryant McFadden breaking down the 2022 season for FSU, an insider look at everything Seminoles basketball and a breakdown of 2023 blue-chip running back commit Samuel Singleton. On the website, we've got live coverage of today's FSU football practice action, as well as a preseason update on how Seminoles recruiting is shaking out for the class of 2023. Thank you for subscribing and listening — please leave us 5 stars and review if you haven't yet, and we'll catch you next time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Wake Up Warchant
(8/9/22): Jeff Cameron hops on to discuss FSU QB play, "identity week" and ACC slate

Wake Up Warchant

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 49:03


(3:00) "Identity Week", crucial week for fortunes of the 2022 season as FSU practices six days in a row (8:00) Tate Rodemaker proving his mettle? (20:00) Jeff Cameron of the eponymous Jeff Cameron Show sounds off on the QB play in camp (25:00) All this to say, FSU's floor is raised. If Jordan goes down, not ideal but the show can go on (33:00) Jeff on "identity week", timeline to figure out the best 22 (36:00) Four ranked teams on the schedule and most folks think they're 50-50 games; thoughts? Music: Panic At The Disco! - Local God Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW MONDAY 8-8 HOUR 1

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 43:39 Very Popular


This former college football power will benefit from this happening in the early part of the season. Clint Lamb from Bama Insider (On3) joins to talk Alabama Crimson Tide. Chris Doering of the SEC Network talks the conference as a wholeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Double Fries No Slaw
182: Tribe Talk: 2022 FSU Football Pre-Season Panel

Double Fries No Slaw

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 81:35


Football Season is less than 3 weeks away and we're ready for it! Tonight, we're chatting with several members of the FSU beat about what they've seen from the Seminoles in Fall Camp, what their expectations for the team are, recruiting, and more.  Join us as we host Brendan Sonnone (Noles 24/7), Ingram Smith (Nolecast), Carter Karels (Tallahassee Democrat), Curt Weiler (Osceola), Ben Meyerson (Tomahawk Nation), and David Hale (ESPN) as we break down all things Florida State Football.  Double Fries No Slaw is brought to you by Guthrie's in Tallahassee. Visit both of their locations at 1818 W Tennessee St and 2550 N Monroe!  Also brought to you by GramCo!  GramCo is founded by FSU students, now alum. Products are grown and made in Florida. No med card needed. Shipping is discrete and quick. You must be 21+ to order. Buy GramCo here & use Code: DFNS25 - thegramco.com Also, brought to you by Garnet and Gold. Visit garnetandgold.com to get all of your FSU gear. Use code NOSLAW for 15% off!

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
Noles News Now: FSU football first scrimmage, Seminoles hoops in Canada for exhibition games, other Florida State Seminoles sports updates

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 4:57


Happy Monday and welcome in to Noles News Now, your podcast home for all things Florida State. I'm Brian Pellerin and I'll be guiding you through the weekend that was. And the big ticket item was the first scrimmage of fall camp. We have plenty of notes, takeaways, and full press conferences posted on TomahawkNation.com, but I'll bring you the SparkNotes version of it. The biggest overall notes — largely positive vibes from the coaching staff. Mike Norvell said he was plenty happy with his team's effort across the board. He marked the improvement he's seen in Illinois transfer wide receiver Deuce Spann and linebacker Tatum Bethune. He also mentioned his team's grit and grind heading into week two. Defensive coordinator Adam Fuller specifically mentioned his group's speed getting to the ball. Offensive coordinator Alex Atkins was thrilled with his younger guys and other new faces living up to the standard in their first go around in the scrimmage. Again, all that content and more is available now on TomahawkNation.com. Also available there and wherever you're listening to this is a new episode of the Seminole Wrap podcast, where myself and Max Escarpio talk with former FSU star and two-time Super Bowl champion Bryant McFadden about a wide range of topics, including the need for Jordan Travis to answer the bell now to take the next step, why the LSU game is the biggest game on the entire schedule, the direction, and expectations of this program, fun tales of his teammates during his time at FSU and more. If you are looking to get excited for the year, listen to that pod because Bryant will have you ready to put on a helmet and run through a wall. Really interesting stuff and he's making ventures into the NIL space to help the Seminoles in recruiting as well. Definitely worth your time. Speaking of recruiting, the Noles just hit a home run on the trail this weekend with the commitment from 4-star running back Samuel Singleton on Friday. The 5-foot-11180 running back is from Fleming Island Florida. Our Three Stars of recruiting guys looked into what the Seminoles are getting from this tough runner. You can get that information in their latest episode available now. The men's basketball team is north of the border this month for some scrimmages. They knocked off the Ottawa Gee-Gees, real name I'm told, over the weekend by 20 so it's a good sign there. For a deeper look into the trip this preseason, Tomahawk Nation's Michael Rogner dropped a podcast also available now on this feed. Football, not the only team holding their first scrimmage of the fall, as soccer was back on the pitch this weekend as they look to reload from last year's championship team in Brian Pensky's first season. For more on the team plus observations on men's and women's hoops as well as softball, take a look at Prince Akeem Jaffar'snotebook: Burning Questions Edition. Fall sports are also most here and we're doing what we can to deliver all the content you can desire. Lots of pods and articles are available for you to pick and choose how you get your content. As always, we appreciate you listening, reading, and weighing in yourself. Until Wednesday, I'm Brian Pellerin. Thanks for listening. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
Noles News Now: FSU football first scrimmage, Seminoles hoops in Canada for exhibition games, other Florida State Seminoles sports updates

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 4:57


Happy Monday and welcome in to Noles News Now, your podcast home for all things Florida State. I'm Brian Pellerin and I'll be guiding you through the weekend that was. And the big ticket item was the first scrimmage of fall camp. We have plenty of notes, takeaways, and full press conferences posted on TomahawkNation.com, but I'll bring you the SparkNotes version of it. The biggest overall notes — largely positive vibes from the coaching staff. Mike Norvell said he was plenty happy with his team's effort across the board. He marked the improvement he's seen in Illinois transfer wide receiver Deuce Spann and linebacker Tatum Bethune. He also mentioned his team's grit and grind heading into week two. Defensive coordinator Adam Fuller specifically mentioned his group's speed getting to the ball. Offensive coordinator Alex Atkins was thrilled with his younger guys and other new faces living up to the standard in their first go around in the scrimmage. Again, all that content and more is available now on TomahawkNation.com. Also available there and wherever you're listening to this is a new episode of the Seminole Wrap podcast, where myself and Max Escarpio talk with former FSU star and two-time Super Bowl champion Bryant McFadden about a wide range of topics, including the need for Jordan Travis to answer the bell now to take the next step, why the LSU game is the biggest game on the entire schedule, the direction, and expectations of this program, fun tales of his teammates during his time at FSU and more. If you are looking to get excited for the year, listen to that pod because Bryant will have you ready to put on a helmet and run through a wall. Really interesting stuff and he's making ventures into the NIL space to help the Seminoles in recruiting as well. Definitely worth your time. Speaking of recruiting, the Noles just hit a home run on the trail this weekend with the commitment from 4-star running back Samuel Singleton on Friday. The 5-foot-11180 running back is from Fleming Island Florida. Our Three Stars of recruiting guys looked into what the Seminoles are getting from this tough runner. You can get that information in their latest episode available now. The men's basketball team is north of the border this month for some scrimmages. They knocked off the Ottawa Gee-Gees, real name I'm told, over the weekend by 20 so it's a good sign there. For a deeper look into the trip this preseason, Tomahawk Nation's Michael Rogner dropped a podcast also available now on this feed. Football, not the only team holding their first scrimmage of the fall, as soccer was back on the pitch this weekend as they look to reload from last year's championship team in Brian Pensky's first season. For more on the team plus observations on men's and women's hoops as well as softball, take a look at Prince Akeem Jaffar'snotebook: Burning Questions Edition. Fall sports are also most here and we're doing what we can to deliver all the content you can desire. Lots of pods and articles are available for you to pick and choose how you get your content. As always, we appreciate you listening, reading, and weighing in yourself. Until Wednesday, I'm Brian Pellerin. Thanks for listening. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Georgia Bulldogs
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW MONDAY 8-8 HOUR 1

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 43:39


This former college football power will benefit from this happening in the early part of the season. Clint Lamb from Bama Insider (On3) joins to talk Alabama Crimson Tide. Chris Doering of the SEC Network talks the conference as a wholeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wake Up Warchant
(8/8/22): Coach or Mike, FSU scrimmage thoughts, who starts in 2013, more nervous for UF or Miami

Wake Up Warchant

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 61:15


(4:00) Call the guy coach or by his name -- is one right? Is one wrong? (8:00) Buying into Deuce Spann? (18:00) DE coach John Papuchis confident in growth of Jared Verse (23:00) Zaxby's Indescribably Good Player of the Week (27:00) Which 2022 QB would have started in 2013 if there was no Jameis Winston (30:00) Clemson thoughts (38:00) Little more inside media talk, do's and don't of the job (43:00) Did Tate scare off Chubba? (45:00) More nervous about Miami or Florida? (48:00) Over/under 1.5 shutouts (50:00) Full arsenal vs Duquesne or save for LSU? Music: Forrest - Start Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Chuck and Chernoff
Hour Three August 8 2022

Chuck and Chernoff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 42:19


This SEC East team got help, but should still be the same. It's Day 26 of 99 Problems. Mets fans are still pathetic. This ACC program could get a break. Arthur Smith makes this promise for the Falcons against Detroit. Plus, Chuck has a CFT. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Georgia Bulldogs
Hour Three August 8 2022

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 42:19


This SEC East team got help, but should still be the same. It's Day 26 of 99 Problems. Mets fans are still pathetic. This ACC program could get a break. Arthur Smith makes this promise for the Falcons against Detroit. Plus, Chuck has a CFT. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
Interviews: Mike Norvell, Alex Atkins, John Papuchis, Adam Fuller talk first FSU football scrimmage

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 49:00


FLORIDA STATE — Florida State Seminoles football took the field for its first scrimmage of the fall on Saturday, using the night to gauge the progress the Seminoles have made since spring camp concluded. Through the first week of practice, an elevated level of intensity, physicality, and depth was on display — leading to an increase in quality and competition across the board. Just throwing on full pads (as the Seminoles did for the first time on Tuesday) helps separate significant progress from incremental, going scrimmage speed helps give a benchmark on where the team stands and further begins the acclimation process as FSU ramps up to its season opener vs. the Duquesne Dukes on August 27. Head coach Mike Norvell, offensive coordinator and offensive line coach Alex Atkins, special teams coordinator and defense ends coach John Papuchis and defensive coordinator Adam Fuller all spoke with the media following Saturday's scrimmage, offering takeaways, thoughts, and insight on the team's performance. Norvell was pleased by effort from the team. He mentioned the improvement from guys like receiver Deuce Spann and linebacker Tatum Bethune, also the grit and grind from all the players. “I thought tonight was a good first scrimmage. We got in a little over a hundred plays...we got some live special teams to work which is something we wanted to be able to introduce more. I thought there was some really good work that was shown there.” “It was a good back and forth — I thought our first defense really flew around to the ball. Made some good plays. I thought it was a good balance.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
Interviews: Mike Norvell, Alex Atkins, John Papuchis, Adam Fuller talk first FSU football scrimmage

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 49:00


FLORIDA STATE — Florida State Seminoles football took the field for its first scrimmage of the fall on Saturday, using the night to gauge the progress the Seminoles have made since spring camp concluded. Through the first week of practice, an elevated level of intensity, physicality, and depth was on display — leading to an increase in quality and competition across the board. Just throwing on full pads (as the Seminoles did for the first time on Tuesday) helps separate significant progress from incremental, going scrimmage speed helps give a benchmark on where the team stands and further begins the acclimation process as FSU ramps up to its season opener vs. the Duquesne Dukes on August 27. Head coach Mike Norvell, offensive coordinator and offensive line coach Alex Atkins, special teams coordinator and defense ends coach John Papuchis and defensive coordinator Adam Fuller all spoke with the media following Saturday's scrimmage, offering takeaways, thoughts, and insight on the team's performance. Norvell was pleased by effort from the team. He mentioned the improvement from guys like receiver Deuce Spann and linebacker Tatum Bethune, also the grit and grind from all the players. “I thought tonight was a good first scrimmage. We got in a little over a hundred plays...we got some live special teams to work which is something we wanted to be able to introduce more. I thought there was some really good work that was shown there.” “It was a good back and forth — I thought our first defense really flew around to the ball. Made some good plays. I thought it was a good balance.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
INSTANT REACTION: 4-star running back Samuel Singleton commits to FSU -- what are the Seminoles getting in blue-chip commitment?

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 8:24


Four-star RB Samuel Singleton has committed to Florida State. Mike Norvell's Florida State Seminoles 2023 recruiting class has added another nice bluechip recruit on the rec trail with his commitment. Running back is a big position of need for FSU and the ‘Noles got one of the best the state has to offer. Singleton hails from Fleming Island, Florida, and attends Fleming Island High School. He stands 5'11 180 pounds and has a 90 rating (4-star) from the 247 Sports Composite List. The sites consider him the 287th best player in the country (15th best RB and 58th best player in Florida). The talented back chose Florida State over offers from the LSU Tigers, Miami Hurricanes, Michigan Wolverines, Michigan State Spartans, Penn State Nittany Lions, Tennessee Volunteers, and UCF Knights, among many others. Before his recent official visit, Tomahawk Nation recruiting analyst NoleThruandThru had this to say about Singleton: Singleton is a tough runner and doesn't shy away from contact. He's a track and field star with nice speed, as evidenced by his 10.86 100-meter dash last spring. He's a threat to break off a huge play every time he touches the ball, and averaged 6.4 yards/carry last season. Singleton would be a welcome addition to the running back room. Florida State Recruiting Class of 2023 Class of 2023 football commits RUNNING BACK: 4 star Samuel Singleton Jr. (FL) WIDE RECEIVER: 3 star Darren “Goldie” Lawrence (FL) WIDE RECEIVER: 3 star Vandrevius Jacobs (FL) OFFENSIVE LINEMAN: 4 star Lucas Simmons (FL) OFFENSIVE LINEMAN: 4 star Roderick Kearney (FL) DEFENSIVE END: 4 star Lamont “Boots” Green, Jr. (FL) DEFENSIVE END: JUCO Jaden Jones (AL) DEFENSIVE LINEMAN: 4 star Keldric Faulk (AL) DEFENSIVE LINEMAN: 4 star Keith Sampson, Jr. (NC) LINEBACKER: 3 star DeMarco Ward (GA) DEFENSIVE BACK/ATHLETE: 3 star Quindarrius Jones (MS) DEFENSIVE BACK: 3 star Ja'Bril Rawls (FL) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
INSTANT REACTION: 4-star running back Samuel Singleton commits to FSU -- what are the Seminoles getting in blue-chip commitment?

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 8:24


Four-star RB Samuel Singleton has committed to Florida State. Mike Norvell's Florida State Seminoles 2023 recruiting class has added another nice bluechip recruit on the rec trail with his commitment. Running back is a big position of need for FSU and the ‘Noles got one of the best the state has to offer. Singleton hails from Fleming Island, Florida, and attends Fleming Island High School. He stands 5'11 180 pounds and has a 90 rating (4-star) from the 247 Sports Composite List. The sites consider him the 287th best player in the country (15th best RB and 58th best player in Florida). The talented back chose Florida State over offers from the LSU Tigers, Miami Hurricanes, Michigan Wolverines, Michigan State Spartans, Penn State Nittany Lions, Tennessee Volunteers, and UCF Knights, among many others. Before his recent official visit, Tomahawk Nation recruiting analyst NoleThruandThru had this to say about Singleton: Singleton is a tough runner and doesn't shy away from contact. He's a track and field star with nice speed, as evidenced by his 10.86 100-meter dash last spring. He's a threat to break off a huge play every time he touches the ball, and averaged 6.4 yards/carry last season. Singleton would be a welcome addition to the running back room. Florida State Recruiting Class of 2023 Class of 2023 football commits RUNNING BACK: 4 star Samuel Singleton Jr. (FL) WIDE RECEIVER: 3 star Darren “Goldie” Lawrence (FL) WIDE RECEIVER: 3 star Vandrevius Jacobs (FL) OFFENSIVE LINEMAN: 4 star Lucas Simmons (FL) OFFENSIVE LINEMAN: 4 star Roderick Kearney (FL) DEFENSIVE END: 4 star Lamont “Boots” Green, Jr. (FL) DEFENSIVE END: JUCO Jaden Jones (AL) DEFENSIVE LINEMAN: 4 star Keldric Faulk (AL) DEFENSIVE LINEMAN: 4 star Keith Sampson, Jr. (NC) LINEBACKER: 3 star DeMarco Ward (GA) DEFENSIVE BACK/ATHLETE: 3 star Quindarrius Jones (MS) DEFENSIVE BACK: 3 star Ja'Bril Rawls (FL) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
HC Mike Norvell recaps practice week, previews FSU football scrimmage

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 7:12


Florida State Seminoles football is one day out from its first scrimmage of the 2022 preseason. FSU threw on pads for the first time Tuesday, working its way towards getting game ready for its August 27 season opener vs. the Duquesne Dukes. On Friday, it lightened the workload a bit by rolling with just lowers but still kept the intensity high. It's been a pretty decent start to camp, with the Seminoles showcasing depth across the board that they haven't had the privilege of enjoying for a few years now. Competition has been consistent throughout the first week and change, with head coach Mike Norvell happy — but not satisfied — with the Seminoles' progress so far. “I thought it was a good day for us to continue to grow. Today we just had helmets on, obviously scrimmage tomorrow night, you know hoping guys understand the intensity in all reps, whether you're in helmets, whether you're in full pads, whatever we're doing we have a purpose for what we're trying to accomplish... Human nature wants you to be comfortable, the mind will always tell you that you're hot, you're tired, sore, all of it... but have to be able to push with the mentality of giving everything I have, being in control and maybe not being as physical on a day that you don't have shoulder pads, you have to be able to still get that quality of work.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Wake Up Warchant
(8/5/22): FSU OL banged up, Thursday practice takes and is Tate's progress real

Wake Up Warchant

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 72:06


(3:00) Corey's observations from Thursday's practice (12:00) Norvell more at ease this year? (15:00) Most improved players (18:00) Bullish on Tate Rodemaker (21:00) On Brian Courtney, TEs (27:00) Banged up OL (29:00) Are the WRs better? (35:00) Anything vs Duquense that would make you feel good? (38:00) Who will be highest drafted player off this roster in the future? (42:00) More on Tate Rodemaker, is it real? (47:00) What would another 5-7 record mean? (58:00) Favorite non-title (ACC and NC) team (1:03:00) Where's Jordan rank in the ACC Music: Armor For Sleep - Whatever Who Cares Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
HC Mike Norvell recaps practice week, previews FSU football scrimmage

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 7:12


Florida State Seminoles football is one day out from its first scrimmage of the 2022 preseason. FSU threw on pads for the first time Tuesday, working its way towards getting game ready for its August 27 season opener vs. the Duquesne Dukes. On Friday, it lightened the workload a bit by rolling with just lowers but still kept the intensity high. It's been a pretty decent start to camp, with the Seminoles showcasing depth across the board that they haven't had the privilege of enjoying for a few years now. Competition has been consistent throughout the first week and change, with head coach Mike Norvell happy — but not satisfied — with the Seminoles' progress so far. “I thought it was a good day for us to continue to grow. Today we just had helmets on, obviously scrimmage tomorrow night, you know hoping guys understand the intensity in all reps, whether you're in helmets, whether you're in full pads, whatever we're doing we have a purpose for what we're trying to accomplish... Human nature wants you to be comfortable, the mind will always tell you that you're hot, you're tired, sore, all of it... but have to be able to push with the mentality of giving everything I have, being in control and maybe not being as physical on a day that you don't have shoulder pads, you have to be able to still get that quality of work.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Noles Anonymous: Florida State Football Fan Support Group
"Don't Forget About Zeh" Will Julian Armella See Significant Playing Time? Is AJ Duffy Set to Take QB2 Duties? Depth Chart Q&A and Season MVP Watch Lists

Noles Anonymous: Florida State Football Fan Support Group

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 40:12


The Seminoles have brought in a breadth of new talent on both sides of the ball leaving fans to wonder which true freshman could see significant playing time for the FSU Football Team this season. Max and Hunter address this and several other depth chart related questions. After looking at the depth chart, the team discusses their individual MVP watch lists for offense and defense, and an overall "Bounce Back Player of the Year." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Locked On Seminoles
"Don't Forget About Zeh" Will Julian Armella See Significant Playing Time? Is AJ Duffy Set to Take QB2 Duties? Depth Chart Q&A and Season MVP Watch Lists

Locked On Seminoles

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 40:12


The Seminoles have brought in a breadth of new talent on both sides of the ball leaving fans to wonder which true freshman could see significant playing time for the FSU Football Team this season. Max and Hunter address this and several other depth chart related questions. After looking at the depth chart, the team discusses their individual MVP watch lists for offense and defense, and an overall "Bounce Back Player of the Year." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Wake Up Warchant
(8/4/22): Lots of Jordan Travis thoughts, how much rope for Norvell, FSU depth exercise

Wake Up Warchant

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 86:41


(3:00) The field of kick returners, best FSU memorabilia (12:00) Concern what a lower tier ACC will do to recruiting (20:00) Stay the course with Mike Norvell or doom? (25:00) College Football Hall of Fame is weird (33:00) Jordan Travis good enough to win 8 games? (40:00) Sacrifice a WR to play TE to bolster the position? (43:00 What will catching kicks and fielding punts do to the bottom line for FSU (50:00) Is Mike Norvell tethering his career to Jordan Travis? (56:00) How many 2nd teamers for 2022 would have started in 2020? (1:05:00) ..what if they start 5-0? (1:10:00) Fantasy baseball stadium ideas (1:15:00) Best season opener in FSU history Music: unwritten law - Murder Days Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 8-3 WEDNESDAY HOUR 1

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 43:37 Very Popular


Chuck opens the show by saying that one ACC program is trying to rid itself of this reputation. Kelly Quinlan of JacketsOnline.com talks his additional responsibilities now with Rivals.com. William Qualkinbush of 105.5 The Roar talks Clemson Tigers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 8-3 WEDNESDAY HOUR 2

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 43:36 Very Popular


Chuck opens hour two by talking about social media anger being dumb. He then talks about the news that Eli Gold will not be calling games this season for the Alabama Crimson Tide. Ingram Smith of the Nolecast joins to talk Florida State Seminoles. Greg McElroy of the SEC Network, ESPN and WJOX in Birmingham joins the show. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
FSU football looking good in early days of camp, Noles soccer ranked No. 1 in country -- latest in Florida State Seminoles sports

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 4:54


Hello everyone, happy Wednesday and welcome to Noles News Now, the latest in Florida State Seminoles sports, brought to you by Tomahawk Nation. I'm your host Perry Kostidakis — let's jump right in. Today is an off day for Florida State Seminoles football as it makes its way through preseason camp — FSU has six days of practice under its belt, with Tuesday being its first full day in pads after a few days of uppers. So far, consensus has been that this team is much deeper than it has been in the last few years — competition doesn't fall off when the ones rotate out, and the newcomers, from transfers to freshmen, have begun to find their footing. Azareye'h Thomas, in particular, has stood out as one of the most consistent players across the board, let alone of freshmen. He's still got a bit of a ways to go until he's ready to take that and elevate to a game-in and game-out level, but he's definitely on his way to becoming an impact player for FSU — and it's looking like it could be this year. The offensive and defensive line depth have been two of the main highlights — it's resulted in plenty of competition in the run and pass game, as running back Trey Benson has looked fantastic and ready to take over Jashaun Corbin's any-down back mantle. Jordan Travis, settled in as the guy at quarterback, has gotten a chance to be a bit more comfortable in the system and not have to force as much, while the defensive backs have showcased depth on depth on depth. Games still need to be played, obviously, and there's still a lot to be proven, but feeling good after the first week of camp beyond the top guys is a far cry from where the Seminoles have been in years past. FSU is gearing up for its first scrimmage on Saturday — until then, stay tuned to Tomahawk for coverage from the next few days of practice. In other news, defending national champion Florida State soccer earned a number one preseason ranking in the coaches poll — the Seminoles have a few talented international players to replace, alongside others who graduated but still field a squad that'll be a threat in the postseason in December. They kicked off practice on Tuesday as well, gearing up for a season opener vs. South Carolina on August 18th. Those are the main big things of the day — if you missed our latest episode of the Florida State of Recruiting podcast, the boys recapped a major few days in Seminoles recruiting, from the flurry of defensive back commits to breaking down the Seminole Showcase recruiting event to who might potentially be next to join FSU's recruiting class. Just scroll down on this feed and hit play. If you've already listened, thank you for supporting — and double thank you for listening and supporting us here. It's been great seeing the reaction as we've amped things up on the podcast end — if you want more of something we're doing, if you want us to change anything up, please please either leave a comment on the website or in a review. Thank you again for listening — we'll see you next time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Wake Up Warchant
(8/3/22): Stagnant but not panicked about QB, the perk of a deep OL and thoughts on the FSU defense

Wake Up Warchant

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 61:23


(3:00) Tate Rodemaker turning it up, can and will Jordan Travis (22:00) Managing the game vs. making plays that win games (33:00) The offensive line is allowing this team to finally practice properly (40:00) The defense, even missing dude, still looking sharp Music: Anberlin - Two Graves Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
FSU football looking good in early days of camp, Noles soccer ranked No. 1 in country -- latest in Florida State Seminoles sports

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 4:54


Hello everyone, happy Wednesday and welcome to Noles News Now, the latest in Florida State Seminoles sports, brought to you by Tomahawk Nation. I'm your host Perry Kostidakis — let's jump right in. Today is an off day for Florida State Seminoles football as it makes its way through preseason camp — FSU has six days of practice under its belt, with Tuesday being its first full day in pads after a few days of uppers. So far, consensus has been that this team is much deeper than it has been in the last few years — competition doesn't fall off when the ones rotate out, and the newcomers, from transfers to freshmen, have begun to find their footing. Azareye'h Thomas, in particular, has stood out as one of the most consistent players across the board, let alone of freshmen. He's still got a bit of a ways to go until he's ready to take that and elevate to a game-in and game-out level, but he's definitely on his way to becoming an impact player for FSU — and it's looking like it could be this year. The offensive and defensive line depth have been two of the main highlights — it's resulted in plenty of competition in the run and pass game, as running back Trey Benson has looked fantastic and ready to take over Jashaun Corbin's any-down back mantle. Jordan Travis, settled in as the guy at quarterback, has gotten a chance to be a bit more comfortable in the system and not have to force as much, while the defensive backs have showcased depth on depth on depth. Games still need to be played, obviously, and there's still a lot to be proven, but feeling good after the first week of camp beyond the top guys is a far cry from where the Seminoles have been in years past. FSU is gearing up for its first scrimmage on Saturday — until then, stay tuned to Tomahawk for coverage from the next few days of practice. In other news, defending national champion Florida State soccer earned a number one preseason ranking in the coaches poll — the Seminoles have a few talented international players to replace, alongside others who graduated but still field a squad that'll be a threat in the postseason in December. They kicked off practice on Tuesday as well, gearing up for a season opener vs. South Carolina on August 18th. Those are the main big things of the day — if you missed our latest episode of the Florida State of Recruiting podcast, the boys recapped a major few days in Seminoles recruiting, from the flurry of defensive back commits to breaking down the Seminole Showcase recruiting event to who might potentially be next to join FSU's recruiting class. Just scroll down on this feed and hit play. If you've already listened, thank you for supporting — and double thank you for listening and supporting us here. It's been great seeing the reaction as we've amped things up on the podcast end — if you want more of something we're doing, if you want us to change anything up, please please either leave a comment on the website or in a review. Thank you again for listening — we'll see you next time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Zach Gelb Show
College Football Fix: Mike Norvell, Florida State Head Coach

The Zach Gelb Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 14:32


Mike Norvell joined Zach to discuss how close he thinks the Seminoles are to a breakout season and the future of the ACC. 

Gramlich and Mac Lain
Episode 186: Florida State Season Preview w/ Mike Norvell

Gramlich and Mac Lain

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 30:25


FSU Head Coach Mike Norvell is our guest talking all things Seminoles with Kelly and Mac and what to expect in 2022 in Tallahassee! Produced by Richmond Weaver

Noles Anonymous: Florida State Football Fan Support Group
"Keeping It Simple": Why FSU Needs To Throw The Ball More, the WRs Need to Beat Man Coverage, and We Need to Flip Our Field Position Drastically

Noles Anonymous: Florida State Football Fan Support Group

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 27:57


Max, Drake, and Dave each offer one key statistic that hampered FSU in 2021, and explain why changing that statistic is so important to the Seminoles' success in 2022. Dave explains why the ‘Noles, who finished 99th in pass attempts last season, must simply throw the ball more with Jordan Travis (spoiler alert: they finished 3-1 in games where Travis attempted 25+ passes). Drake explains why the Florida State receiving corps needs to be much better at getting separation against man coverage, after ranking outside the top-100 in 2021. And Max explains why FSU's average starting field position, among the bottom 4 nationally last season, must change drastically if the 2022 campaign is to be a success. As always, thanks for making Locked on Seminoles your first listen each and every day. We thank y'all for all the love and support and hope you enjoy the show. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Wake Up Warchant
(8/2/22): Tuesdays With Tom, FSU practice observations as offense asserts itself

Wake Up Warchant

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 52:59


Sign up now for Warchant.com and get a full year of access for only $1: https://www.on3.com/teams/florida-state-seminoles/join/ (2:00) Some more thoughts on the transition. Cliffs: it's gonna be yuge. (8:00) What to watch for as the full pads come on (15:00) Tom Lang joins the show to talk trenches and Corey shares his excitement for the offense (22:00) Azareye'h Thomas, buy the stock (29:00) Tight end needs to tighten up (36:00) Well, actually the defense wasn't too shabby either (46:00) Mr. 4th and 14 joining Warchant.com Music: Timbaland & Magoo - Up Jumps Da Boogie Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
FSU football first day in full pads: HC Mike Norvell interview

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 12:17


Florida State Seminoles head coach Mike Norvell has been a fan of what he's seen early on in fall camp from his team. A sentiment that's been echoed since camp kicked off is that when the Seminoles threw on full pads, it would separate true progress from the incremental. Not only does the game obviously get more physical and faster, but it also affects a player's movement, how they carry their weight, and fatigue as the day goes on. Norvell, following Tuesday's practice, met with the media to touch on impressions from that first day of full contact, as well as other takeaways from day six of FSU football preseason camp. “I thought there was physical play...we tried to put them in series where they had to understand the situations that arose that were unscripted. Thought we got good work with guys, but still seeing players emerge. A lot of competition at a lot of positions.” “For us going into this season, to get a great sense of who we are and what we do best and continue to grow the variations of that.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
FSU football first day in full pads: HC Mike Norvell interview

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 12:17


Florida State Seminoles head coach Mike Norvell has been a fan of what he's seen early on in fall camp from his team. A sentiment that's been echoed since camp kicked off is that when the Seminoles threw on full pads, it would separate true progress from the incremental. Not only does the game obviously get more physical and faster, but it also affects a player's movement, how they carry their weight, and fatigue as the day goes on. Norvell, following Tuesday's practice, met with the media to touch on impressions from that first day of full contact, as well as other takeaways from day six of FSU football preseason camp. “I thought there was physical play...we tried to put them in series where they had to understand the situations that arose that were unscripted. Thought we got good work with guys, but still seeing players emerge. A lot of competition at a lot of positions.” “For us going into this season, to get a great sense of who we are and what we do best and continue to grow the variations of that.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
3 new FSU football commits — recapping major Seminoles recruiting weekend

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 46:37


Florida State finished their last big recruiting weekend of the Summer by picking up three commitments — graduate transfer Malik Feaster, 2024 defensive back CJ Heard and 2023 defensive back Ja'Bril Rawls. In addition to the new Seminoles, the staff continued solidifying relationships with current commits while also positioning themselves with key targets. After the major recruiting weekend, which players could be next to join the Seminoles? What names on the FSU board should you be paying attention to? The Three Stars (Josh Pick, Tim Alumbaugh, and David Stout) give their thoughts and more in this episode of the Florida State of Recruiting podcast. Florida State Recruiting Class of 2023 (click on names for links to commitment articles) Class of 2023 football commits WIDE RECEIVER: 3 star Darren “Goldie” Lawrence (FL) WIDE RECEIVER: 3 star Vandrevius Jacobs (FL) OFFENSIVE LINEMAN: 4 star Lucas Simmons (FL) OFFENSIVE LINEMAN: 4 star Roderick Kearney (FL) DEFENSIVE END: 4 star Lamont “Boots” Green, Jr. (FL) DEFENSIVE END: JUCO Jaden Jones (AL) DEFENSIVE LINEMAN: 4 star Keldric Faulk (AL) DEFENSIVE LINEMAN: 4 star Keith Sampson, Jr. (NC) LINEBACKER: 3 star DeMarco Ward (GA) DEFENSIVE BACK/ATHLETE: 3 star Quindarrius Jones (MS) DEFENSIVE BACK: 3 star Ja'Bril Rawls (FL) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
3 new FSU football commits — recapping major Seminoles recruiting weekend

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 46:37


Florida State finished their last big recruiting weekend of the Summer by picking up three commitments — graduate transfer Malik Feaster, 2024 defensive back CJ Heard and 2023 defensive back Ja'Bril Rawls. In addition to the new Seminoles, the staff continued solidifying relationships with current commits while also positioning themselves with key targets. After the major recruiting weekend, which players could be next to join the Seminoles? What names on the FSU board should you be paying attention to? The Three Stars (Josh Pick, Tim Alumbaugh, and David Stout) give their thoughts and more in this episode of the Florida State of Recruiting podcast. Florida State Recruiting Class of 2023 (click on names for links to commitment articles) Class of 2023 football commits WIDE RECEIVER: 3 star Darren “Goldie” Lawrence (FL) WIDE RECEIVER: 3 star Vandrevius Jacobs (FL) OFFENSIVE LINEMAN: 4 star Lucas Simmons (FL) OFFENSIVE LINEMAN: 4 star Roderick Kearney (FL) DEFENSIVE END: 4 star Lamont “Boots” Green, Jr. (FL) DEFENSIVE END: JUCO Jaden Jones (AL) DEFENSIVE LINEMAN: 4 star Keldric Faulk (AL) DEFENSIVE LINEMAN: 4 star Keith Sampson, Jr. (NC) LINEBACKER: 3 star DeMarco Ward (GA) DEFENSIVE BACK/ATHLETE: 3 star Quindarrius Jones (MS) DEFENSIVE BACK: 3 star Ja'Bril Rawls (FL) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
FSU football camp: HC Mike Norvell interview, day 5

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 4:24


Florida State Seminoles football is inching closer and closer to its season debut vs. the Duquesne Dukes on August 27. The Seminoles have been out on the practice field since last week, putting in the early stages of work that will set the tone for the season as a whole. “I thought we had good intensity...just working, trying to push the tempo," head coach Mike Norvell said after the SeminoIes' fifth practice. "I thought there was some good physicality that showed up. We challenged them....and I thought in the team sessions, there was a better focus and intensity on the work we were needing." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Wake Up Warchant
(8/1/21): FSU leader Warchant.com is now part of the On3 family, practice and recruiting wraps

Wake Up Warchant

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 37:46


Sign up for Warchant.com for $1 for an entire year: https://www.on3.com/teams/florida-state-seminoles/join/?plan=annual (2:00) Warchant.com is leaving Rivals.com and now part of the next generation network, On3 (12:00) Zaxby's Indescribably Good Player of the Week (15:00) Practice observations -- defense leading the way, individual recognition (25:00) Michael Langston wraps up the Seminole Showcase recruiting weekend Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices