The New York Times has an extensive piece today on the investigation into the rape charges against Florida State quarterback/baseball player Jameis Winston. The report includes some of the police reports which were delayed, interviews with Winston not done immediately, and other errors. Continue reading
I know we have all grown tired of the “Rain Delay Danceoff’s” since the original came out a few years ago between UConn and South Florida but it isn’t everyday that we get to see the current Heisman Trophy winner involved like Saturday night between Florida State and Notre Dame. You can check out the video from the Tallahassee Democrat below. Continue reading
If you follow us on twitter, you saw that there was a fight between the Florida Gators and the Florida State Seminoles which saw three players ejected from the game. Florida players Zack Powers and Danny Young were ejected while Florida State’s D.J. Stewart was also tossed. Each player faces an automatic one game suspension plus any supplementary discipline if they were considered to be fighting. Florida State pitcher and 2013 Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston had to be held back by police in the incident according to several sources at the game. You can check out video of the incident below. Continue reading
Boston College Eagles
2013 record: 12 – 40 (4 – 25 ACC, 6th place)
Finish: No postseason
To put it bluntly, the Boston College Eagles were out of their element in ACC conference play in 2013. The Eagles lost their first 20 conference games before surprisingly winning a home series with Miami to get off the schnide.
Eric Lopez of SportsTalkFlorida.com recently sat down with Florida State assistant coach Mike Martin, Jr to discuss the Seminoles upcoming 2014 season. He talks about the depth of the pitching staff compared to the past, the role of Jameis Winston, and other issues.
The Cavaliers were named by 10 coaches as this year’s team to beat, while Florida State received four first-place votes. Continue reading
Former Florida State star second baseman was selected in the 13th round of the 2012 MLB Draft. He hasn’t let that bring him down as he is now the fifth ranked second baseman of all baseball. You can check out the MLB article by clicking here.
College Baseball Daily continues our countdown to the start of the season with our 2014 Top 100 College Baseball Players. Today, we continue the countdown at number 32 with Florida State sophomore DJ Stewart. The multi-sport high school athlete at The Bolles School in Jacksonville, Florida hit .424, driving in 29 runs while hitting nine home runs as a senior.He was very successful at winning state titles with five combined state championships in his career at Bolles (three in football and two in baseball). Continue reading
College Baseball Daily continues our countdown to the start of the season with our 2014 Top 100 College Baseball Players. Today, we continue the countdown at number 38 with Florida State junior Luke Weaver from Deland, Florida. He checks in at a lanky 6’2 and 170 pounds. As a senior, he earned second team Rawlings All-America and first team All-State honors while being first team All-Area during his sophomore and junior seasons. He was drafted in the 19th round by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 2011 MLB Draft but decided to go to Florida State. Continue reading