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- 2014 Florida State Seminoles Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games), Doak Campbell Stadium tickets for 08/29 03:30 AM at Doak Campbell Stadium, Tallahassee, FL
- Fri Aug 29 2014
- North Carolina State Wolfpack vs. Florida State Seminoles, Carter Finley Stadium tickets for 09/27 03:30 AM at Carter Finley Stadium, Raleigh, NC
- Sat Sep 27 2014
- Syracuse Orange vs. Florida State Seminoles, Carrier Dome tickets for 10/11 03:30 AM at Carrier Dome, Syracuse, NY
- Sat Oct 11 2014
- Louisville Cardinals vs. Florida State Seminoles, Papa John Stadium tickets for 10/30 07:30 PM at Papa John Stadium, Louisville, KY
- Thu Oct 30 2014
The women's and men's athletic teams of Florida State University are popularly known as the Florida State Seminoles. The university is situated in Tallahassee, Florida. In 1992, the institute joined the ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) and participates in the Atlantic Division for sports that have been divided into divisional system. Florida State takes part in the NCAA's Division I. There are a total of 17 varsity teams - 9 women and 8 men teams. The women's athletic programs include sports such as swimming, soccer, softball, golf, cross country running, volleyball, track and field, basketball and tennis; whereas, the athletic programs of men include baseball, football, tennis, track and field, golf, swimming, basketball, and cross country running. The Seminoles are champions of 12 team National Titles, more than 100 team Conference Titles as well as several individual National and Conference Titles. The current athletic director of the Seminoles, since 2008, is Colonel Randy Spetman.
The university has been identifying itself with the heroic Seminole Tribe of Florida for almost six decades. In 1947, the student body of the university voted to select a name for the institute and Florida State Seminoles got elected. It was particularly to honor the strong and unconquerable spirit of the Florida Seminoles - the people who are referred to as the "few hundred unconquered Seminole men, women and children left - all hiding in the swamps and Everglades of South Florida," by the Seminole Tribe of Florida. Thus, the use of the name by FSU tributes and indicate the strength and bravery of these people, who never submitted and at last persevered.The Hollywood description of the American Indians had largely influenced the images and mascots of the FSU in its early years. However, with the passage of time, the attitudes evolved and the mascots of FSU progressively adopted the correct aspects of the Florida Seminole tribe, while presenting them in a more respectful manner.The popular sports teams of the university include the basketball team, the baseball team, and particularly the football team. Ever since the addition of football in FSU's sports program in 1947, the Seminoles football team has earned popularity with the passing of the time, ultimately becoming to be known as a National Championship contender. Till date, the team has won 2 national championships and 12 conference championships. This has earned the team the reputation of the leader of ACC. Nevertheless, the Seminoles' baseball team is also considered one of the most successful teams in the history of baseball, as it has made appearance in 18 College World Series.
Florida State University also boasts two major stadiums in its main campus' premises:
Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium - named for one of the leading coaches in Division I college football, and also President Campbell;Mike Martin Field at Dick Howser Stadium - named after Mike Martin who was the long time Seminole skipper, and also for the former coach Dick Howser. The stadium is home of the Seminole baseball.Another one of FSU's worth mentioning facility includes the Donald L. Tucker Center, which is home to women's and men's basketball.
Once again, the Seminoles are all set for the playoffs, eagerly waiting to take down the championship title for this season too. Fans across the nation have been impatiently looking forward to catch their favorites live, right before their eyes! The Florida State Seminoles Tickets are selling out like hot cakes already! It is advised for all the sports enthusiasts to book their Seminoles tickets soon, as they are likely to sell-out quick!
The FSU is an abbreviation for Florida State University which is in Tallahassee, Florida. The sports teams of FSU for both men and women are known as the Florida State Seminoles. The FSU’s team has united with the Atlantic Coast Conference as of 1992. The team participates in the NCAA’s Division I and also competes in the Atlantic Division for sports which are split into a format of division. The athletic director for FSU is Colonel Randy Spetman. The FSU team is scheduled to play some awesome games soon. Grab hold of the FSU tickets, for a memorable sports event.
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