Lots of news out of Tallahassee ... On Thursday, FSU released a statement to USA Today saying that the claims the woman's lawyer has made to USA Today about "our treatment of her client" are "flat-out false.
about 846 days ago | Heather Dinich | Florida State Seminoles
Want to feel old? Happy 30th anniversary for "The Breakfast Club." Virginia Tech is a step closer toward building an indoor practice facility, writes The Roanoke Times. Wake Forest opens spring practice today, which means plenty of work for new coach Dave Clawson, writes the Winston-Salem Journal.
about 856 days ago | David M. Hale | Florida State Seminoles
Virginia Tech quarterback Mark Leal looked around his position meeting room this winter and realized just how empty it was. True freshman Andrew Ford, who enrolled early, and redshirt freshman Brenden Motley were his only company.
about 875 days ago | Heather Dinich | Florida State Seminoles
The most anticipated post of Week 1 has finally arrived: Prediction time! Heather and I both got out our crystal balls and looked into the future. Here is what each of us sees for opening week in the ACC: Thursday North Carolina at No.
about 1064 days ago | Andrea Adelson | Florida State Seminoles
I have a dream. BC has embraced social media in recruiting. The fantastic Georgia running back duo of Keith Marshall and and Todd Gurley could have gone to Clemson. Duke defensive end Justin Foxx has worked his way back.
about 1065 days ago | Andrea Adelson | Florida State Seminoles
It didn't take Justin Thomas (Prattville, Ala./Prattville) very long. Thomas backed out of his Alabama commitment yesterday and committed to Georgia Tech earlier today. "Justin took us by surprise," said Jamey Dubose, Prattville's coach.
about 1687 days ago | Jamie Newberg | NCF On The Trail
Choosing Georgia Tech over Alabama might actually benefit 5-foot-11, 180-pound athlete Justin Thomas (Prattville, Ala./Prattville), as his dual-threat quarterback skill-set projects extremely well in Tech's option offense.
about 1688 days ago | Billy Tucker | NCF On The Trail
Four-star athlete Justin Thomas (Prattville, Ala.), who decommitted from Alabama on Tuesday, is now set to play for the Yellow Jackets, multiple sources report. He is being recruited as a quarterback by Georgia Tech and head coach Paul Johnson.
UPDATE: Four-star athlete Justin Thomas (Prattvile, Ala./Prattville) is following his heart. All he wants is a chance to play quarterback at the next level. This 5-foot-11 and 180-pound athlete committed to Alabama many months ago with the hope at one day becoming the signal caller in Tuscaloosa.