Three's Company

What do <b>Alex Barron, Ray Willis </b> and <b>Chauncey Stovall</b> have in common? After Saturday's game against Duke, they will be the only three Seminoles to start every game this season on the offensive side of the ball. Yes, Stovall is expected to be in that mix following a solid practice session on Thursday. This comes a day after the FSU coaches were leaning towards starting freshman <b>De'Cody Fagg</b> against the Blue Devils.
November 4, 2004

Speedy Recovery

Despite several injuries against Wake Forest and the reoccurrence of Lorne Sam's left foot stress fracture during practice, Florida State should have its receiver core ready for Saturday's match-up against Maryland. Senior <b>Chauncey Stovall </b> said his expects to start at split end after making a speedy recovery this week.
October 29, 2004

Stepping Up

Florida State quarterback <b>Wyatt Sexton</b> has made it a habit of spreading the football around, completing 17 passes to seven different receivers last week at Wake Forest. However, his favorite receiver has been <b>Chauncey Stovall.</b> Sexton has completed 20 passes for 278 yards and four touchdowns to Stovall this season. Well, Sexton is going to have to look elsewhere since Stovall probably won't be available for Saturday's game at Maryland.
October 27, 2004

On A Roll

<b>Chauncey Stovall</b> caught a career-high seven passes for 96 yards and one touchdown against Clemson last weekend. Stovall is looking to build on that effort in Florida State's home game against North Carolina on Saturday. The Seminoles, of course, will be under the direction of sophomore quarterback <b>Wyatt Sexton,</b> who will be making his first career start in place of the injured <b>Chris Rix.</b> Stovall, meanwhile, doesn't expect a drop in production under Sexton.
September 30, 2004