Notes from Jimbo Fisher’s weekly press conference:
— He’s concerned with the lack of consistency. Without a great practice, you can’t have a great game. 261 more words
Jimbo Fisher explained the comments made by a few of his players that Florida State did not practice well last week.
“It’s not that we had bad practices,” he said. 636 more words
ARLINGTON, Texas _ Talking points from Florida State’s 37-31 victory over Oklahoma State Saturday at AT&T Stadium.
Rashad Greene for Heisman
One player kicked off his Heisman campaign in Florida State’s opener, but it may not have been QB Jameis Winston, the 2013 winner of the award. 479 more words
ARLINGTON, Texas – The most trumpeted season in FSU history is upon us and it’s time for a few predictions.
Florida State is coming off a dominating 2013 season in which it captured its third national championship by dominating its first 13 opponents and then showing it could come from behind under the most pressurized situation for a stunning 34-31 victory over Auburn in the title game. 444 more words
He’s the most popular man in the state of Alabama, but was born a Mountaineer.
From Fairmont, W.Va., Alabama coach Nick Saban is still loved in his home state, says WVU play-by-play announcer Tony Caridi. 219 more words
Jimbo Fisher has found a creative way to tell his team not to buy into the hype.
During the team’s annual Kickoff Luncheon last week, Fisher had this warning for his team: “Don’t eat the cheese.” This, of course, continues the food theme from a year ago when he told his players to “find a crumb,” meaning, focus on the details, the little things. 165 more words
Florida State will need to find another rallying cry.
Fearing it puts too much of an emphasis on the end of the season, Jimbo Fisher told his players on Monday to stop using the phrase “Dallas-to-Dallas.” 200 more words