Question Marks

Florida State's offensive line could still be missing two key starters for the Seminoles' season-opener at Miami next Monday in the Orange Bowl. Center <b>David Castillo</b> returned to practice briefly on Monday, while <b>Bobby Meeks</b> continues to be sidelined by his ankle. Click here for an update.
August 30, 2004

Feeling Better

<b> Bobby Meeks</b> has tried numerous remedies to help combat his continuing battle with asthma. Fingers are crossed his latest medication provides needed relief. Of course, all eyes will be on FSU's offensive line in Saturday's season opener at North Carolina. FSU offensive coordinator <b>Jeff Bowden</b> wants to think his young line has been battle tested by a fast and furious 'Noles defense. "I don't think a defense is going to put more speed on the field than what we've seen in practice."
August 28, 2003

Work Force

<b>Florida State's </b> summer goal is no different than past teams -- to be physically prepared for the start of practice in August. The similarities end there. The Seminoles enter the 2003 season looking to end a two-year drought by program standards. While attendance for workouts continues to be a topic, it should not be a concern. Numbers mean little if players have different agendas. "He (Bowden) was right -- we really didn't have good team chemistry," Bobby Meeks said of last season.
June 24, 2003