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Triple Option Audio Only: Breaking down FSU football spring game, McKenzie Milton, wide receivers

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

A lot could have gone wrong during Florida State Football’s annual spring game last Saturday. There were tornado warnings in the morning and the forecast predicted high chances of thunderstorms throughout the day, an untimely injury could have hurt the team come the fall or the team could have just come out stale and undisciplined. None of those things happened. In most respects the FSU Spring Game was a success. The team looked more disciplined and in sync than they have in years. There was a decent turnout and the atmosphere of the game was high energy and fun to watch. Best of all, there were plenty of high profile recruits there to bask in the highly coordinated efforts from Coach Norvell and company. The product on the field benefitted from this care and attention to detail as well. There were standouts on both sides of the ball and new wrinkles put in the scheme but instead of dryly curating those things through text, here at Tomahawk Nation, we would rather show you.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message

58mins

14 Apr 2021

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April 13, 2021. Hour 4: Informational Husker Spring Football, Mitch Sherman, Mckenzie Milton's spring game & What's on Tap

The Nick Handley Show

On the final hour of The Nick Handley Show, Nick is surprised as to how many things we have learned so far from Husker football this spring. Next, we talk more Husker football with Mitch Sherman of The Athletic. Then Nick gets into Scott Frost's former QB McKenzie Milton and how he looked in his spring game for Florida State. We close out the show with What's on Tap.

39mins

13 Apr 2021

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Triple Option Audio Only: Instant Reaction to FSU Seminoles Spring Game, McKenzie Milton, transfers

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Florida State took on Florida State on Saturday, with newcomers taking most of the spotlight as freshmen receivers Malik McClain and Joshua Burrell got the opportunity display what they’ve learned in 3 months in Tallahassee, former UGA defensive end Jermaine Johnson proving that he’s going to be an absolute problem for offenses in 2021 and former UCF quarterback McKenzie Milton getting the chance to showcase his talents in front of a national audience for the first time since a devastating injury that nearly cost him his leg. To briefly breakdown the game, we’ve got two instant reactions for the price of one (free 99) from both Seminole Wrap and Triple Option.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message

23mins

11 Apr 2021

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Mike Norvell interview: position changes, McKenzie Milton, other programs coming after staff

Wake Up Warchant - Florida State football

Mike Norvell sits down with Wake Up Warchant and answers questions about "Tour of Duty", maximizing the transfer portal, the addition of McKenzie Milton, utilizing Jordan Travis, position changes and keeping his staff in tact Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

41mins

27 Jan 2021

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Mike Norvell interview: position changes, McKenzie Milton, other programs coming after staff

Wake Up Warchant - Florida State football

Mike Norvell sits down with Wake Up Warchant and answers questions about "Tour of Duty", maximizing the transfer portal, the addition of McKenzie Milton, utilizing Jordan Travis, position changes and keeping his staff in tact Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

41mins

27 Jan 2021

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Bonus: New Florida State Seminoles football players McKenzie Milton, Jermaine Johnson first interviews with FSU

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

McKenzie Milton and Jermaine Johnson talk Florida State Seminoles football and Mike Norvell for the first time with FSU media. Milton transcript:  “Just seeing the logo kind of speaks for itself. Competing against coach Norvell while he was at Memphis…seeing how he carried himself as a coach.” On injury: “It's something that I reflect on. But at the same time, I am just trying to live in the moment and enjoy this year at FSU. Enjoy this time with new coaches and new teammates, support staff. It has been a lot of fun so far.” Norvell’s offense: “The QB’s have a lot of control over what goes on. We won’t play with as much tempo as I have been accustomed to. I feel like I can get us in the right plays. I am still learning, but I have learned so much in the past 2 weeks.” Being a leader: “You  can’t just come in and expect these guys to listen to everything you have to say. You have to show your work effort, coming in early and leaving late, leading by example. You want to lead by action and I just want to put my best foot forward for this team and hopefully, we will have some success in the fall.” On FSU tradition: “Shoot, it is just something that you dream about as a kid playing at a school like this. Coach Bowden, Charlie Ward, Jameis Winston. It speaks for itself. The history behind here is second to none in my opinion.” The recruitment for FSU: “The conversations started soon after I put my name in the portal. I think it only took about a week to decide. This just felt right for me, that’s why I chose Florida State.” On relationship to Norvell “The only time I ever met him was at the AAC media days, going into the 2018 season. I just shook his hand, and we both had respect for each other. I knew what he was about as a coach and his program. He ran a great program at Memphis.” More on Norvell: “When I got hurt, he and his whole team actually signed a ball for me, that was a cool gesture. Coach Norvell is a class act. They were our opponent the next week after I got hurt. At the end of the day, football is one community.” On the other QB’s: “Its been good, they have all been great. Super cool guys. When they are cracking jokes I am cracking jokes too. They are all good kids, really good athletes. I think they all have a lot of potential. I can help them take their game to the next level and they can help me take my game to the next level.” On bringing FSU back: “Absolutely. Kind of similar to UCF. They were kind of in a rough patch [before he got there]. It’s a similar deal here. There is a lot of talent here, great coaching. It's about playing as one unit. All the tools and pieces are here for success. I think we have the right leader in coach Norvell. I have full trust in them and I have full trust in this team. I feel like the better we come together and keep working, the better chance we will have this fall.” “I expect to be fully prepared and to compete in the spring. I am super excited to compete with these guys, the other QB’s. I feel great, I feel ready to go. If we had to play this weekend, I would be ready to go.” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message

45mins

18 Jan 2021

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First impressions of new FSU Seminoles McKenzie Milton and Jermaine Johnson: What do the pair bring to Florida State?

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

“Kind of similar to UCF. They were kind of in a rough patch [before he got there]. It’s a similar deal here. There is a lot of talent here, great coaching. It’s about playing as one unit. All the tools and pieces are here for success. I think we have the right leader in coach Norvell. I have full trust in them and I have full trust in this team. I feel like the better we come together and keep working, the better chance we will have this fall.” “I expect to be fully prepared and to compete in the spring. I am super excited to compete with these guys, the other QB’s. I feel great, I feel ready to go. If we had to play this weekend, I would be ready to go.” Florida State Seminoles football pulled in two big names in UCF quarterback McKenzie Milton and Georgia linebacker/defensive end Jermaine Johnson as part of its 2021 recruiting class, and the pair spoke with the FSU media for the first time last week. Austin Cox joins Juan and Perry to talk first impressions and what all this “culture” talk nonsense is all about. As a bonus, you can also find the interviews listed under our show’s page.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message

26mins

18 Jan 2021

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McKenzie Milton nuggets, SEC transfers, Workouts begin, FSU basketball, NFL Playoffs, and more

Hear the Spear: FSU sports podcast

This one is JAM-packed with content for you guys. The whole crew talks about the latest transfers to FSU, workout beginning, McKenzie Milton, FSU basketball coming back in a big way, NFL playoffs, NBA 'Noles, and so much more. If you're listening on iTunes, make sure you subscribe so you do not miss any new episodes. Feel free to rate us 5-stars and leave a review, it helps a lot! Follow the guys on Twitter:Austin - @NolesVikesMavsDustin - @Dussttin Logan - @LogansTwittyNate - @NateGreer26Karlos - @karlos_srAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

1hr 46mins

15 Jan 2021

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McKenzie Milton

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

What up y’all? It was a strange season but we got to the end of the college football season. I discuss what things were like at the National Championship game, Ohio State’s constant fight to have a season, how great Bama’s team is and more. Plus, McKenzie Milton turned UCF into a household name and then he suffered a catastrophic injury. McKenzie joins me to discuss that injury, his battle to get back on the field, why he decided to transfer to FSU and more.

1hr 4mins

13 Jan 2021

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McKenzie Milton announces he is transferring from UCF, and let the rumors and drama begin about him coming to Nebraska…

Early Break – 93.7 The Ticket KNTK

-Brett McMurphy reported Thursday morning on Twitter of Milton’s intentions, which led many to believe that Nebraska could be the ending spot for his services -Think about THAT dynamic. What message would that send to the QBs on the roster if Milton came in? Is he still a dynamic player? How concerned should we be about the injury, and which of the QBs would still stay if he came? -The last time Nebraska had a transfer QB start, it ended disastrously with Tanner Lee, and ended the Mike Riley era. What would the mindset be with Milton if he came?

29mins

4 Dec 2020

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