FSU football tickets deliver a live look at the next big thing in Tallahassee – electric freshman quarterback Jameis Winston.
This 6-3, 215-pound dynamo has a rocket arm and rock fuel in his motor.
With E.J. Manuel now with the Buffalo Bills, Winston has giant shoes to fill as the Seminoles’ quarterback. But he unquestionably has the talent to do it. We’re talking a Deion Sanders level of talent. Winston is a two-sport athlete, starring for the outfield for Seminoles baseball team and under center for coach Jimbo Fisher on the gridiron. With Winston at the helm, the potential of the Seminoles’ offense is unlimited. Winston single-handily makes the Seminoles a dark-horse national championship contender. He’s that good.
But there are still plenty of other reasons to buy Florida State football tickets in 2013.
The season kicks off with a Labor Day showdown at Pittsburgh and concludes with the Seminoles’ annual instate rivalry game against the Florida Gators. In between, Florida State must contend with an improving ACC conference. The mid-October game at Clemson will certainly generate plenty of interest in Seminoles tickets.
Florida State is coming off its first BCS bowl appearance of Fisher’s tenure in Tallahassee. The Seminoles waxed Northern Illinois in last season’s Orange Bowl and will be looking to make a return trip to a BCS bowl this season. If that happens, don’t be surprised to see Winston’s name on a lot of Heisman Trophy lists.
Indeed, Florida State tickets have the potential to deliver quite the wild ride in the 2013 college football season. We very may well be looking at a dark-horse national-championship contender. One thing is certain: With Winston at the helm, the Seminoles will be must-see college football.
Overall, Florida State football tickets have plenty to offer fans this season. It starts with Winston, but also includes the electric atmosphere of Doak Campbell Stadium. When 82,000 Seminoles fans start with the Tomahawk Chop, it’s an experienced like no other in college football. Find out for yourself. Buy Seminoles tickets today.
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Join in legendary head coach Bobby Bowden’s quest to become college football’s all-time winningest coach with Florida State Seminoles tickets from ABCTickets.com. In his 31st season leading the Seminoles, Bowden has reached heights that only one other football coach — Penn State’s Joe Paterno — has ever seen. The two veteran sideline generals, who met in the 2005 FedEx Orange Bowl, are closing in on an eye-popping 400 victories, a plateau that has never been approached. Bowden and Paterno will likely be passing the all-time win mark back-and-forth until they call it quits. Who knows, the 2006-07 NCAA college football season could be those two legends’ last? Whether Bowden hangs it up this season or in the near future, you’re not going to want to miss what promises to be another historical season at Doak Walker Stadium. So hustle up and get your Florida State Seminoles football tickets today.
For any other program, a season highlighted by a win in the ACC Championship Game and an appearance in the Orange Bowl would be a banner year. But for Florida State, the 2005 season was considered a disappointment among Seminoles ticket holders. With ample talent returning on both sides of the ball, Florida State will be looking to make amends after last year’s 8-5 mark that was capped off by a heartbreaking loss to Paterno’s Nittany Lions in a triple-overtime Orange Bowl thriller.
Quarterback Drew Weatherford demonstrated the kind of competitiveness in his freshman season that has the Seminole faithful thinking Heisman. In his first season at the controls of the FSU offense, Weatherford threw for more than 3,200 yards and 18 touchdowns. With a year under his belt, bigger and better things are expected out of this hard-nosed signal caller.
Weatherford will have a dynamic supporting cast to orchestrate Bowden’s high-powered, pro-style offensive attack. Running back Lorenzo Booker is considered as one of the speediest backs in the nation. Despite splitting time with Leon Washington last season, Booker still piled up nearly 600 yards on the ground.
The Noles will need the both Booker and Weatherford to produce to be competitive in what promises to be a heart-stopping schedule. It all begins with one of the best rivalries in all of college football, a Labor Day showdown with the hated Miami Hurricanes. Last season, the Seminoles escaped with a 10-7 victory in Tallahassee. This year, they must contend with what promises to be a raucous atmosphere down in Miami. As usual, when the Hurricanes and Seminoles meet, the game will feature national championship implications. So don’t wait to reserve your Florida State Miami tickets. They’re here at ABCTickets.com.
Coach Bowden is expecting you to be in the stands when he reaches another magical milestone. So don’t let this veteran field general down. Pick up your Florida State Football tickets today.