Any coach will tell you there are three parts to a season, non-conference, conference, and postseason. The Valdosta State football team is officially entering season number two. The Blazers are 3-0 as they open Gulf South play at home this weekend.
Valdosta State football is already off to a better start than they were a year ago. The Blazers are 2-0 after gutting out a win over Albany State over the weekend, but things are not going to get any easier, as one of the top teams in NAIA football is rolling into town this weekend.
Florida State’s offense scored on nine of 12 drives, the defense stymied Southern Miss all night and Seminole starters on both sides of the ball were pulled early in the third quarter in a 66-13 win over the Golden Eagles in Doak Campbell Stadium Saturday night.
The start of a highly anticipated season is just over a week away for the Florida State football team, and as the Seminoles creep closer to that opener against LSU, the focus is slowly shifting towards the Bayou Bengals.
In her debut in the Garnet and Gold, Taylor Huff made her name known as her goal in the 86th minute lifted the No. 6 Florida State women's soccer team (1-0-0) past Texas A&M (0-1-0) by a score of 2-1 on a scorching hot night at Ellis Field in College Station, Texas.
Chris Thomsen’s unit added a pair of heavy hitters in the portal this offseason with South Carolina transfer and former Valdosta Wildcat Jaheem Bell and Shorter standout Kyle Morlock from the DII ranks
The 15-year NFL veteran certainly left his mark on the field. Riley tallied 65 interceptions, which is tied for 5th all-time. And he was a force up until the end of his career, intercepting 8 passes in 1983, his final season in the NFL.