Florida State Seminoles Football Parking Passes
The reigning champions of college football are ready to get back
on the field and defend their crown. The Florida State Seminoles of the ACC are coming off of an undefeated season that ended
with a 34-31 win over the SEC's Auburn Tigers in the Rose Bowl, earning them a National Championship. Seminoles fans are
thrilled that 2013 Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Jameis Winston is coming back to Tallahassee and ready to start their
title defense with a bang when they meet the Oklahoma State Cowboys in the season opener. Gameday in Tallahassee is a sight
to behold with Seminoles fans among the most passionate in the country. Now that they are sitting on top of the college football
world, tickets for games at Doak Campbell Stadium will be even harder to come by, so get to StubHub today and get your game
tickets and parking passes today.
Florida State Seminoles Football Team
The 2013 defending National Champions
are back and ready to show that they are still the team to beat. When you have superstar quarterback and reigning Heisman
Trophy winner Jameis Winston on your team, you are always going to be considered one of the favorites to win it all. Seven
Seminoles are now playing in the NFL, but the team returns many of the stars that hoisted The Coaches' Trophy in January.
Jimbo Fisher's squad was the #1 team in points allowed last season, giving up a measly 12 points per game, and this year's
team knows that the stingy defense will be the key to their continued success. With other stars like wide receivers Karlos
Williams and Rashad Greene back in 2014 as well, the sky is the limit for this talented bunch.
Seminoles Football Fan Experience
College football in the south is a way of life, and though most of the eyes are on
the SEC, the Florida State Seminoles took on their best squad in the Auburn Tigers, and showed that the ACC knows a little
something about hard nosed football as well. Gameday in Tallahassee is full of traditions that unite the student body, alumni
and community together in support of their beloved Seminoles. One of the favorite of all the rituals is the throwing of the
spear by Seminoles mascots Osceola and his horse Renegade. Many Saturdays in Tallahassee include a walk through Sod Cemetery,
which commemorates the biggest wins in program history and the beloved Spirit Walk, where fans come face to face with their
team before every home game. A Seminole home game is the perfect place to see what college football is all about, and Seminole
fan really do live up to their reputation as some of the most passionate in the country.
Florida State Seminoles
The Florida State Seminoles are the originators of the tomahawk chop made famous by the Atlanta Braves.
Why did the Braves originally steal the tradition?
When former Seminole Deion Sanders joined the Braves, the fans began
copying the War Chant in honor of his Florida State roots, and the tradition stuck.