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2014 Spring Practice – Week 3 Recap

In this episode of The Renegade Report Herc & Nolebra Kai recap the third week of spring practice.

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A quiet spring turned into an uproar when the new FSU logo was leaked. In addition to the new logo, it was announced that FSU will be unveiling new uniforms as well.

On the field, the offensive linemen continue to cross train and some are wondering if Kareem Are will be a starter in the fall. Nick O’Leary was indeed in another bike accident and will miss the remainder of the spring. Karlos Williams and Rashad Greene will, at minimum, wear green non-contact jerseys for the remainder of the spring. There’s a possibility that they won’t practice anymore this spring.

With several position battles still ongoing, Saturday’s spring game will be meaningful despite the fact some key players will not be participating.

We also disagree on whether or not the team is still suffering from championship hangover and have allowed complacency to set in.

Click the play button above to listen to us discuss these things and much more

1 Comment

  1. Dwalk3109 says:

    Hey I totally disagree with your comment about the over reaction about the logo. The reaction was justified. Its common sense that no matter how the reaction is, its stupid to think the fans will not support FSU football, especially if their winning. Hell they can have a cheesy pony logo and we would still support if they are winning. But still in all, the logo is “too cheesy”. As a graphic designer, there are a bunch of ways to create a new logo, the big issue is how cheesy it is. If you are going to change the logo, make it clean, newer, modern. Not cartoony or cheesy in which they did. And the seminole tribe was not the reason why they decided to change the logo, they said they were fine with the way it was. Fans are proud to wear the logo as is and now are reacting because they are not going to buy it and show it off…

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