Florida State Seminoles Football 2014 News and Updates
7/30/14 - Florida State Football will be back in exactly 30 days! While the school lost a record 11 players to the 2013 NFL Draft, Florida State Football is the media's overwhelming preseason favorite to win the conference championship in 2014. Returning Heisman winner Jameis Winston and defending the national championship title will do that. Expectations are high for this ACC powerhouse; see them make a bid for the College Football Playoffs and say you were there from the very beginning with Florida State Football tickets. The first game of the season will be on the road at AT&T Stadium against the Oklahoma State Cowboys; FSU Seminoles tickets for the Aug. 30 faceoff run as low as $74.
7/9/14 – It should come as no surprise that Jameis Winston headlines the preseason watchlists, but what about the other five Florida State Seminoles noted for awards? Receiver Rashad Greene and running back Karlos Williams join their quarterback for the Maxwell Award; Winston is the only 2013 finalist to reappear in contention for the College Football Player of the Year award. Cornerback PJ Williams and defensive end Mario Edwards Jr. are listed for Defensive Player of the Year, a.k.a. the Chuck Bednarik Award. Finally, Florida State Seminoles receiver and kick returner, Kermit Whitfield, is listed for the Paul Hornung Award, given to the Most Versatile Player in the NCAAF. While we wish all the extraordinary athletes nominated could receive top awards, score Florida State Seminoles Football tickets and see which player is most deserving!
6/20/14 – Is two too good to be true? Florida State Seminoles coach Jimbo Fisher said back in February that he thinks “it will be two” more years in school for quarterback Jameis Winston. The conjecture left many FSU faithful looking for further confirmation, and they may just have receive it. Heisman and crystal football-winning Winston’s father Antonor, told AL.com on Wednesday that the plan for the QB is “to be in college until he gets that degree” which means “one more year in baseball and two more years in football.” All FSU fans need now is to hear it from the signal caller himself. Secure your Florida State Seminoles tickets now and see your quarterback for at least the 2014-2015 season!
5/28/14 – The price of Florida State Seminoles tickets have started to drop; in the last two and a half weeks, FSU vs. Clemson tickets and Florida State vs. Notre Dame tickets have fallen 3 percent and Seminoles vs. Gators tickets 6.25 percent. When the two latter rivals faced off last year, the result was a 30-point blowout from FSU (37-7); but, expect Florida to put more points on the board this year. However, Florida State’s dynamic offense led by sophomore quarterback Jameis Winston behind a veteran O-line (Cameron Erving, Tre’ Jackson) should prevail. While the Florida State Seminoles football schedule may be tougher than last year, fans will be treated to some premier games at Doak Campbell Stadium.
5/9/14 - Florida State plans on making another run at the title alongside their Heisman winning quarterback. Their road might be a little more difficult with the introduction of a four-team playoff this year. The only guaranteed way to see the Seminoles make a run at the first playoffs this year is getting to the game with Florida State Seminole tickets (avg. $119) from Razorgator! FSU opens the season against Oklahoma State in a highly anticipated neutral site game at AT&T Stadium on Labor Day Weekend. The Florida State Seminoles football schedule is highlighted by a Sept 20 game versus Clemson (avg. $154), an Oct. 18 meeting against Notre Dame (avg. $245), and the season-finale in Tallahassee against rivals Florida (avg. $208).
2/6/14 - The Florida State Seminoles certainly had a stunning year. Your National Champs made the #1 rank all look so easy: from the 14-0 all-time school record, to the ACC Championship game against Duke and the BCS National Championship game against Auburn, even when they fell behind, everyone knew the Seminoles would come back on top. Super-athlete QB Jameis Winston, recently named a baseball All-American, had arguably the best freshman season in college football history, topping off with the coveted Heisman Trophy. Led by fourth year coach Jimbo Fisher, FSU won its 17th conference title and 3rd national championship, so it’s no wonder the Seminoles garnered one of the top five recruiting classes in the country. FSU needed to replenish multiple offensive positions with the loss of WRs Kenny Shaw and Kelvin Benjamin, and RBs Deconta Freeman and James Wilder Jr. early to the NFL Draft; they did so, landing 5-star Dalvin Cook and 4-star Travis Rudolph. Defensively, the Seminoles lost Jacobbi McDaniel and Demonte McAllister to graduation and Timmy Jernigan, Christian Jones and Telvin Smith early, but filled their spots with prized recruits: Derrick Nnadi, Jacob Pugh, Delvin Purifoy (brother of corner Loucheiz), 5-star Kain Daub and Demarcus Christmas. After such a spectacular season spearheaded by a dynamic HC and young gifted QB, and prolific new recruits, are we looking at college football’s next dynasty? Get you Florida State Seminoles tickets now and find out!
11/11/13 - The Seminoles are the first team in the Conference to secure a spot in the title game. Florida State’s 59-3 victory over Wake Forest Saturday clinched the ACC’s Atlantic Division and solidifies their No. 2 standing in the BCS poll behind Alabama. ACC Football Championship tickets are as low as $20, and are averaging $75.
Florida State Seminoles Football 2014 Season
Florida State has a tough road schedule this year playing three of the top 25 most intriguing College Football games
away this season – Florida State Seminoles at Florida Gators (avg. $276), Florida State Seminoles at Clemson Tigers (avg. $151), and Florida State Seminoles at Pittsburgh Panthers on Labor Day (avg. $83). The matchup against #8 Clemson will likely determine the Atlantic Division Champion and could quite possibly play a role in a National Championship berth. As usual, the Seminoles will close out the season playing in-state rival Florida; last year the matchup was the sixth-most watched game of the season. FSU will play ACC Football rival Miami Hurricanes on November 2 (avg. $164) at home; the game is the most expensive at Doak Campbell Stadium
in 2013. The Seminoles will also play Maryland, NC State, and Syracuse from the ACC at home.
Last year, the Florida State Seminoles football team won the ACC Football Championship and ranked No. 10 in the country. Heading into the 2013 season, FSU is ranked No. 12 in the USA Today Coaches Poll and are favorites again to win the ACC Conference. The last time an ACC football team won a national title in football was Florida State in 1999.
Despite putting out a quality product on the field, Florida State Seminoles tickets are averaging just $79. FSU football tickets are second cheapest of teams ranked in the Top 20, behind Louisville who has a very weak home schedule. Overall ACC College Football tickets average $76 on the secondary market, the fifth most expensive conference in College Football.