FSU Garnet and Gold 2022 Spring Game
TALAHASSEE — state of florida will hold its 2022 Garnet & Gold spring game on Saturday at Doak Campbell Stadium, providing insight into the Seminoles’ development over the past month as they have gone through – so far – 13 spring training. The event will begin at 5 p.m. It will be broadcast on the ACC network (stream here). It will also be broadcast on the radio, with a live stream here.
FSU Head Coach mike norvel said in recent days that the spring game will be a showcase of good over good, so the first team attack will clash with the first team defense, and so on. They opted not to draft teams or shake up the roster due to depth issues with injuries in the spring that limited them slightly more in certain positions after a month of training.
“It will be an attacking and defensive setup. We are not going to split into two teams, separate teams. It will be an attacking and defensive setup. We are going to do a good job and it will be very similar to last year.” , Norvell said. “So we’re going to be a game situation in how we operate, how we flow, and we’ll have some fun things we’re going to do.”
FSU’s roster has more spring depth than it has had in years, in part due to the fact that 23 newcomers joined the Seminoles in January and went through spring training. Saturday will be the potential start for these new arrivals, including the running back Trey Bensonwide receiver Mycah Pittmanoffensive linemen Kayden Lyles and Bless Harrisdefensive side Jared Verselinebacker Tatum Bethuneand more.
The game will also feature the “Main Event”. During this part of the event, Seminole elders Peter Boulware, Danny Kanell, EJ Manual, and Bryant McFadden will serve as guest coaches. The foursome combined to play 27 years in the NFL after winning a total of nine ACC championships and a national title in FSU.
“I am delighted to have the opportunity to welcome back all of our football alumni this weekend and shine a light on these four incredible individuals,” Norvell said. “They have all achieved individual and collective success here at Florida State, and they have all continued to impact their professional careers. I appreciate their commitment to this program and their passion for this university. We’re going to enjoy having them around our schedule this weekend, and I can’t wait to see them call plays during the Main Event.
The Marching Chiefs, Cheerleaders, Osceola and Renegade will be in attendance.
After the match, Chris Janson will perform a concert inside Doak Campbell Stadium.
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