Jeremy Pruitt's meteoric rise to defensive coordinator at FSU is more a testament to his dedication and tenacity that luck.
NoleNation caught up with former Florida State Seminoles quarterback EJ Manuel last week to talk about the process of preparing for the NFL and more.
As Jeremy Pruitt installs his defense at Florida State, the Seminoles' players are watching film of Pruitt's old school, Alabama, and liking what they see.
The move was his idea. Out to prove his versatility and skills, despite his size, Lamarcus Joyner is attempting to return to cornerback for the first time since high school.
Back and knee injuries ended two seasons for Chris Thompson, but the running back will make the most of Florida State's pro day.
The NFL draft was once a big recruiting tool for Florida State. Along with the Noles' decline went the draft numbers. Now that FSU is once again producing NFL draft picks, recruits are noticing.
Giving credit to being coached remarkably well at FSU, O-lineman Menelik Watson knew he was ready for the NFL despite his abbreviated, 20-game college career.
Junior safety Lamarcus Joyner is a stabilizing force in the Seminoles secondary thanks to lessons learned from many people along the way.
Bjoern Werner's homeland used to be a respite from all the attention he gets at Florida State, but his stellar season in 2012 and surging interest from the NFL have burnished his reputation in Germany, too.
Between getting kicked out of Florida State and injuring his knee, Greg Reid's senior season didn't go as planned. But he feels the experience will make him stronger.
It's never too early to look ahead, so here are five key positions the Noles must address in 2013.
The Seminoles have seven impact players who could opt to leave early for the NFL. Who will stay and who will go? David Hale examines the prospects for each.
No team has gone longer without a 1,000-yard rusher than FSU, an inexplicable streak that will continue this season after the season-ending injury to Chris Thompson.
James Wilder Jr. not only gets to go home, but he gets to play in his native Tampa as a running back and prove so many wrong.