The Florida State Seminoles are currently members of the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Florida State athletic department has a total of 19 national championships across 10 sports including three football championships. Additionally, they have over 200 conference championships across 19 sports. The football program is one of the most successful programs in college football history. Florida State is one of nine football programs to win two or more claimed national championships since 1980 with three total championships (1993, 1999 and 2013). Additionally, Florida State has 10 unclaimed national championships. The Seminoles starting playing football in 1947 and have accumulated a 512-238-17 record (.679 winning percentage) with a 26-15-2 record in postseason bowl games. Florida State was of the first four teams to be included in the first College Football Playoff in 2014. In the history of their program, Florida State has won 18 conference titles (3 Dixie, 15 ACC), six Division titles and has produced three Heisman winners and 42 consensus All-Americans. Florida State’s most recent national championship came under current head coach Jimbo Fisher in 2013. The Seminoles were led by the 2013 Heisman-winning quarterback Jameis Winston. Fisher took over the program in 2010 after Bobby Bowden retired after 33 seasons as the head coach of Florida State. Bowden retired with the second-most wins in college football history behind Penn State’s Joe Paterno with a 377-129-4 record. The men’s basketball program hasn’t experienced the same success as the football program. Since their first season in 1947, the Seminole basketball team has accumulated a 1,099-812 record. Their greatest season came in 1972 when the Seminoles reached their first Final Four and only national championship appearance. Florida State fell to John Wooden’s UCLA Bruins in the title game, 81-76. The basketball program has a total of 14 NCAA tournament appearances with four visits to the Sweet Sixteen and two trips to the Elite Eight. Florida State’s baseball program is one of the most successful programs in the country. They have 21 total College World Series appearances in 53 total NCAA tournament appearances and appearing in three national championship games. Florida State baseball is the second-winningest program in the history of college baseball. The Seminoles are the only college baseball team to never have a losing record in a season. The Seminoles have produced 88 All-Americans and 61 players have went on to play Major League Baseball. Current head coach Mike Martin is in his 36th year of coaching and is the third all-time winningest coach in NCAA Division-I college baseball.
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Florida State Seminoles News
5-28-15: The NBA and NHL Playoffs are in full swing, but in a quiet gym in Tallahassee, the upcoming NCAA season is quickly approaching. The team practicing is the Florida State Seminoles men's basketball team, who began summer workouts Wednesday morning. The Seminoles will welcome top-five recruit Dwayne Bacon to the team in 2015 and will also bring in top high school prospect Malik Beasley.
10-15-14: The Seminoles had little trouble rolling past Syracuse 38-20 on the road this past weekend. Jameis Winston may have had his best game of the season en route to their 22nd straight victory. Winston was 30 of 36 passes for 317 yards and three touchdowns. Freshman running back Dalvin Cook had 23 carries for 122 yards and one TD. The ‘Noles dropped to No. 2 in both the AP and Coaches Poll this week thanks to Mississippi State’s win over Auburn. FSU plays host to AP No. 5 Notre Dame this weekend.
10-6-14: The No. 1 team in the country managed to avoid being upset as they beat Wake Forest 43-3. Roberto Aguayo nailed all five of his field goals, including a 52-yarder, making him 12 for 12 this season and 33 of 34 for his career. The Seminole defense held Wake to just 126 yards of total offense and forced three turnovers. Jameis Winston was 23 of 39 for 297 yards with a TD and an interception. The ‘Noles travel to Syracuse this week.
10-1-14: The defending national champions overcame adversity for a second straight game. They rallied from a 24-7 first-quarter deficit against NC State to earn their school-record 20th consecutive win, 56-41 over the Wolfpack. A week after missing the game against Clemson because of a one-game suspension, Jameis Winston threw for 365 yards and four touchdowns. He was intercepted twice and FSU had four turnovers total. They have major issues on defense and will need to plug those holes if they want to repeat. They host hapless Wake Forest this week.
9-5-14: The Florida State Seminoles are coming off a 37-31 victory over Oklahoma State this past weekend but it wasn’t exactly an overwhelming performance from the defending champs. FSU QB Jameis Winston struggled early on with two first half interceptions but rebounded nicely in the second half finishing the game with 370 passing yards, including a game-clinching 50 yard touchdown pass to Rashad Green as the FSU receiver had a tremendous game with 11 catches for 203 yards. FSU survived to get past a better than expected Okalhoma State team to win its 17th straight game overall as the Seminoles get ready to host the Citadel Bulldogs this Saturday.
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2015 Florida State Seminoles Football Schedule
09/05/2015 - Florida State Seminoles vs Texas State Bobcats at Doak Campbell Stadium
09/12/2015 - Florida State Seminoles vs Sout Florida Bulls at Doak Campbell Stadium
09/18/2015 - Boston College Eagles vs Florida State Seminoles at Alumni Stadium
10/03/2015 - Wake Forest Demon Deacons vs Florida State Seminoles at BB&T Field (formerly Groves Stadium)
10/10/2015 - Florida State Seminoles vs Miami Hurricanes at Doak Campbell Stadium
10/17/2015 - Florida State Seminoles vs Louisville Cardinals at Doak Campbell Stadium
10/24/2015 - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets vs Florida State Seminoles at Bobby Dodd Stadium
10/31/2015 - Florida State Seminoles vs Syracuse Orange at Doak Campbell Stadium
11/07/2015 - Clemson Tigers vs Florida State Seminoles at Clemson Memorial Stadium
11/14/2015 - Florida State Seminoles vs North Carolina State Wolfpack at Doak Campbell Stadium
11/21/2015 - Florida State Seminoles vs Chattanooga Mocs at Doak Campbell Stadium
11/28/2015 - Florida Gators vs Florida State Seminoles at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium