The ACC may be a basketball conference known for North Carolina and Duke and Florida State may be known as a football school first, but fans should not sleep on Florida State Seminoles basketball. A great experience at a great price, Florida State will surprise basketball fans who wish to experience a college atmosphere and make fans want to come back for more.
For over 60 years Doak Campbell Stadium at Bobby Bowden Field has played host to one of the most storied college football programs in the country, the Florida State Seminoles. Nestled amongst palm trees and Spanish moss trees lies perhaps one of the true meccas in college football. The ‘Noles have produced three national championships, eighteen conference titles, three Heisman winners, and can lay claim to having one of the greatest coaches to ever coach football grace its sidelines for 25 years, Bobby Bowden.
With the winter weather around the corner, join the Team as they talk the sunny south! Special Guest and Stadium Journey Florida Correspondent, Chris Green joins for an in depth discussion of Florida Sports. What is the future of new stadiums in FLA and how have previous stadium deals affected them? What are the best experiences in Florida and why is the attendance the way it is? Join Dan Colacicco, Paul Baker, Marc Viquez and Dave Cottenie for another stellar sports discussion!
The FSU baseball program is one of the top three programs in NCAA history. Since fielding their first team, the Seminoles have made 55 appearances in the NCAA Tournament and made 22 trips to the College World Series. They have appeared in three NCAAA CWS Finals, losing all three. This makes them the most successful NCAA team that has never won a National Championship. At the conference level the team has won 11 ACC season championships and 19 ACC Tournaments. The Seminole have sent more than 70 players on to the MLB, including Buster Posey, Deion Sanders, Eduardo Perez and J.D. Drew. Future MLB managers Dick Howser, Chuck Tanner and Terry Kennedy also played at the school.
Fenway Park and the Boston Red Sox will host two charity baseball games in April, 2018. The first will be on April 30 at 6 pm, and will feature Army West Point against the Navy Midshipmen. Ticket proceeds from the game will benefit the Home Base Program, a partnership between Massachusetts General Hospital and the Red Sox Foundation that helps veterans suffering from PTSD and other “invisible wounds of way”.