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The official home for audio programming from Tomahawk Nation, SB Nation's community for fans of the Florida State University Seminoles with Insider Seminoles recruiting, football basketball, baseball, softball and soccer analysis, discussion, and commentary.

    STATE CHAMPS: FSU beats UF, finishes 9-3 -- Florida State Seminoles football season analysis, breakdown, bowl discussion

    STATE CHAMPS: FSU beats UF, finishes 9-3 -- Florida State Seminoles football season analysis, breakdown, bowl discussion

    With another high-scoring performance against an in-state rival, the Florida State Seminoles put the finishing touches on a remarkable nine-win season that will see them end the regular season in the top 15 of the College Football Playoff rankings.
    The Noles were able to outduel the Florida Gators’ A-game without playing their best to send them back to Gainesville as losers.
    So how was Florida State able to win the shootout without their best offensive effort? How were they able to right the ship following the three-game losing streak in October? And how should Noles fans feel about the program after completing a nine-win season?
    The Seminole Wrap crew — Brian Pellerin, Jon Marchant and Max Escarpio — break it all down in this week’s episode of the show. Plus, they each give their thoughts on an ideal bowl opponent and location to close out the 2022 season with the hopes of getting to 10 wins.
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    • 50 min
    FSU vs. UF: How do Seminoles and Gators stack up? Preview, analysis, breakdown feat. Richard Johnson of Split Zone Duo/Sports Illustrated/SEC Network

    FSU vs. UF: How do Seminoles and Gators stack up? Preview, analysis, breakdown feat. Richard Johnson of Split Zone Duo/Sports Illustrated/SEC Network

    No. 16 Florida State (8-3, 5-3 ACC) and the Florida Gators (6-5, 3-5 SEC) are set to face off in a Friday primetime matchup in Tallahassee, with each team looking to add a solid momentum mover in the regular season finale.
    FSU comes into the game with an outside chance at making the Orange Bowl (should Clemson make the College Football Playoff) and a blowout win over one rival already under its belt. Meanwhile, Florida has had a roller coaster of a year that kicked off with an upset win at home vs. Utah but only two wins vs. SEC East competition. The team’s most recent loss, a head-scratcher to the Vanderbilt Commodores, highlighted a good majority of the issues that have plagued the Gators all season long.
    On this week’s episode of the Line of Scrimmage (where each week we give you insight into Florida State’s opponents from those in the know) we spoke with Richard Johnson of Split Zone Duo, Sports Illustrated, and SEC Network. What has Billy Napier been focused on as he looks to establish himself in Gainesville? What does Anthony Richardson bring to the table for the Gators’ offense and what are his weak points? How will Friday play out?
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    • 21 min
    FSU gets QB commit -- Instant reaction analysis after blue-chip quarterback Brock Glenn commits to Florida State Seminoles

    FSU gets QB commit -- Instant reaction analysis after blue-chip quarterback Brock Glenn commits to Florida State Seminoles

    The Florida State Seminoles football team has shown vast improvement on the field, and it’s being noticed by recruits, including their latest commitment, four-star quarterback Brock Glenn, a flip from Ohio State.
    The 6’2, 195 pound Glenn attends Lausanne Collegiate School in Memphis, and has a four-star rating from the 247 Sports Composite List. The sites consider him the 378th best player in his class (22nd best QB and 12th best player in Tennessee). Norvell leaned hard on his Memphis connections when recruiting Glenn and his family, and the Seminole staff kept in contact with the gunslinger despite his verbal commitment to OSU. That persistence paid off in a big way today, as the ‘Noles finally have their QB for #Tribe23.
    Glenn, who officially visited Florida State in June, also checked out the Auburn Tigers and TCU Horned Frogs, before eventually choosing Ohio State. He holds 30+ offers from teams such as the Cincinnati Bearcats, Duke Blue Devils, Illinois Fighting Illini, Indiana Hoosiers, Kansas Jayhawks, Kentucky Wildcats, LSU Tigers, Michigan State Spartans, Minnesota Gophers, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Missouri Tigers, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Pittsburgh Panthers, Virginia Cavaliers, and Virginia Tech Hokies.
    The Three Stars got together for another instant reaction edition of the Florida State of Recruiting podcast to discuss the 2022 quarterback commitment. On this episode, we break down FSU’s newest addition to #Tribe23 and what he can bring to the Seminole QB room.
    But the fun does not stop there, as we give our thoughts on how the class could finish, while discussing future recruiting ramifications, as well, with a strong finish to the season.
    The Florida State of Recruiting (FSoR) Podcast features the Three Stars: Josh Pick, Tim Alumbaugh, and David Stout. And if you can’t get enough Florida State in your life, check out our “Tomahawk Nation” podcast family.
    As always, check out all the latest recruiting updates in the official Tomahawk Nation recruiting thread.
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    • 30 min
    FSU wins 4th straight, gets new ranking ahead of game vs. Florida Gators -- latest Florida State Seminoles football analysis, breakdown, discussion

    FSU wins 4th straight, gets new ranking ahead of game vs. Florida Gators -- latest Florida State Seminoles football analysis, breakdown, discussion

    Florida State Seminoles football, a week out from a primetime rivalry matchup vs. the Florida Gators, took care of business against the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns to move to 8-3 (5-3 ACC) on the season.
    It was FSU’s fourth-straight victory of 25-plus points, a run that has solidified the team with two games left on the docket — next Friday and the Seminoles’ eventual postseason destination.
    Florida has had an up-and-down first season under new head coach Billy Napier. After upsetting Utah to start the season to earn a No. 12 ranking, the Gators dropped games to Kentucky and Tennessee to stumble out of the rankings and have struggled to find a consistent level of play from an offense led by preseason potential first-round pick Anthony Richardson.
    What has led to FSU's win streak? What can we expect from the Seminoles vs. Gators matchup? Max Escarpio and Jon Marchant break it down on this week's episode of the Seminole Wrap.
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    • 34 min
    POSTGAME INTERVIEWS: FSU is 8-3 after another blowout win

    POSTGAME INTERVIEWS: FSU is 8-3 after another blowout win

    No. 19 Florida State (8-3, 5-3 ACC) took care of business against the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns on Saturday, dominating the Sun Belt opponent to the point that backups were able to enter the game early in the third quarter. They took a 49-17 victory behind phenomenal performances from the starting defense and rushing offense.
    It was FSU’s fourth straight blowout win, giving the Seminoles eight total on the year just two seasons removed from a 3-6 debut season for Mike Norvell.
    After the game, Norvell, Fabien Lovett, Treshaun Ward, DJ Lundy, and Robert Scott spoke on the team’s performance and thoughts ahead of next week’s rivalry matchup vs. the Florida Gators.
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    • 17 min
    FSU vs. Louisiana: Seminoles take on Ragin' Cajuns in Tallahassee -- preview, breakdown, prediction feat. Josh Jagneaux of Ragin’ Review

    FSU vs. Louisiana: Seminoles take on Ragin' Cajuns in Tallahassee -- preview, breakdown, prediction feat. Josh Jagneaux of Ragin’ Review

    No. 19 Florida State Seminoles football (7-3, 5-3 ACC) is getting set to take on the Lousiana Ragin’ Cajuns (5-5, 3-4 Sun Belt) this Saturday inside Doak Campell Stadium, the penultimate game of the 2022 season.
    Louisiana, in its first year under Michael Desormeaux after the departure of Billy Napier last season, has fought to work its way back to consistency. They went 2-2 in both September and October, right now 1-1 in the month of November after beating Georgia Southern last weekend.
    On this week’s episode of the Line of Scrimmage (where each week we give you insight into Florida State’s opponents from those in the know) we spoke with Josh Jagneaux of Ragin’ Review hopped on the Line of Scrimmage podcast. What has led to Louisiana’s inconsistent 2022? What does Desormeaux bring to the table as coach? Who are the names to know on the Ragin’ Cajuns roster?
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    • 39 min

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sidneyAlfred ,

Thank You

I just wanted to take a moment to thank each of you for what you do. You bring a fresh perspective on the Noles. Some sites and pods are to homer and then there is one or two that tries so hard to not be a homer that it blurs their vision. Thank You!

dmet110 ,

True Noles

Love the show fellas. In The Triple Option you guys have found something that no other media outlet does, and it has been lacking for at least a decade.

The Nolecast was born on Tomahak Nation and is the Standard. I enjoy most of the other media that cover this team and OTB is certainly one of the most notable.

You Boys are following in the path of the Standard. Another great reason to support Tomahawk Nation.

Thank you for the great content.

AJperry73 ,

Good podcast

Update: it’s good to see Kevin little landed on his feet as I was a huge fan of his dancehall hit of 2003 “turn me on”

With takes hotter than Ingram smiths Louisiana hot sauce singed anus, Trey Rowland brings the heat. Coach AB adds a lot of great insight as well too. Can’t get enough Noles content so this is a great supplement to the other Noles pods I’m sure you listen too. I still think Trey needs to stop interrupting people at times with laughs or jocular comments but he’s come a long way to clean up the rough edges on the rowlcast which I did like

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