No. 4 Duke 10 1/2 – Point Home Favorites Over Florida State

January 21, 2012 – By Scott   Not many analysts or fans of college basketball gave the Florida State Seminoles a chance when they hosted then-No. 3 North Carolina a week ago.  The Noles had lost their ACC conference opener 79-59 in embarrassing fashion to Clemson on January 7. They did escape in their following … Read more

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LSU Retains No.1 Spot In New AP Top 25 Poll / Top 10 Stays The Same

October 16, 2011 – By Scott     This weekend in College Football action, all the top 10 teams in the AP Top 25 Poll took care of business on the gridiron.  No. 10 Arkansas was the only team the had a bye on Saturday and the top 9 were all victorious.   No. 6 … Read more

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No. 21 Clemson 2 1/2 Point Favorites At Home Against No. 11 Florida State

September 24, 2011 – By Scott     Florida State began the season with their highest preseason ranking in quite some time.  Big things were expected from the Seminoles in head coach Jimbo Fisher’s second season and a true measuring stick for the program was supposed to be last Saturday’s matchup with Oklahoma.   However, … Read more

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Hopkins 55-Yard Field Goal Gives FSU 16-13 Win Over Clemson

November 14, 2010 – By Scott After jumping out to a 6-1 record to start their 2010 College Football Season, the Florida State Seminoles had dropped their last two games in the final seconds before their showdown with Clemson on Saturday night. They were a perfect 4-0 in ACC play and controlled their own destiny … Read more

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Michigan State Jumps Into Top 25/ Top 5 Stay Put In New College Football Poll

September 19, 2010 – By Scott Now that Week 3 of the 2010 College Football Season has come to a close, we now get a chance to see how the new Top 25 looks in the polls. A couple of upsets moved some teams around a bit, but for the most part, it was a … Read more

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Christian Ponder Out For Season Backup E.J. Manuel To Get Start For Seminoles

Christian Ponder’s interception late in the fourth quarter against Clemson effectively ended the game, down nine points with 3:34 left to play. Little did he know, it also ended his season. On the return, he made a jarring collision to tackle cornerback DeAndre McDaniel, and the hit popped his shoulder in-and-out of place. He was … Read more

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