Celebrating The Madness... Seminole Madness!

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By: Garin Flowers
October 11, 2013

Tallahassee, FL - Basketball season is back and FSU kicked it off with the 2013 Seminole Madness - an event celebrating the return of Men's Basketball.

The team came out classy with their suit and ties, escorted by the Florida State Golden Girls.

Hundreds of fans came out to show support.

Jordan Pandy at 23
"I'd like to see an NCAA tournament birth and I just hope they have a really good season," said fan Jordan Pandy.

"It's been so fun, they're doing really well and it looks like they're having fun too and that makes us have more fun," said another fan, Kelsey Grills.

The players started off with a three point contest, then a scrimmage.

To top off the night, you know it, was a dunk contest. Radio personality Joe Bullard and star Florida State football QB Jameis Winston were two of the judges.

During the competition, Winston got up to help out number 25 Aaron thomas - to throw a pass at him - with a football. The first attempt, wasn't quite successful, but the second one made the crowd go wild as they connected! Thomas received all "10s" won the contest.
Aaron Thomas at 1:13

"The first pass, I put my head down, I said come on Jameis, but the second one, I knew it, it was going to be the win," Thomas said.

The first basketball game kicks off October 30, here in Tallahassee at the civic center. The Noles will go head to head with southeastern university.


Tallahassee, FL - The madness is here... Seminole Madness, that is! It's a huge celebration kicking off the beginning of Basketball season for the Noles.

The event includes free prizes, fun activities and of course a show put on by the basketball team. Fans have the chance to win season tickets, electronics and Seminole gear. Entertainment will be provided by the Florida State Golden Girls, cheerleaders and a DJ.

WCTV will have highlights tonight on WCTV Eyewitness News at 11.

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