Tallahassee, Fla. – Florida State director of sports medicine Randy Oravetz announced Monday afternoon that junior left tackle Cory Niblock has suffered a torn ACL in his left knee and will miss the remainder of the season. Niblock was injured on the final play of FSU's loss at Clemson last Saturday. He will have surgery on the knee once the inflammation settles down, which would likely be a three-week period. Dr. Tom Haney of the Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic will perform the surgery.
November 14, 2005

Scaling Back

Under normal circumstances, Tuesday is Florida State's most intense practice. The Seminoles install their gameplan and stress full-contact and conditioning. Not this week. Injury concerns have forced FSU to scale back in preparation for Saturday's game at Syracuse. The team worked in shorts and had only light contact on Tuesday.
October 5, 2004

Finding A Way

<b>Cory Niblock</b> may not have been a household name when signed by Florida State out of St. Augustine Nease High School in 2002. Niblock played in all 13 games last season as a redshirt freshman, making his mark on special teams and backing up starter <b>Matt Meinrod</b> at guard. Following Meinrod season-ending knee injury in FSU's opener at Miami, Niblock has stepped in and played
September 27, 2004

Growing Process

Florida State redshirt sophomore <b>Cory Niblock</b> finished spring drills second on the depth chart behind All-American <b>Alex Barron</b> at split tackle. Niblock also expects to once again contribute on special teams as the Seminoles continue their summer conditioning drills in preparation for the start of two-a-days next month. FSU's offensive line must protect senior QB <b>Chris Rix.</b> Click here for an update.
July 26, 2004