Another web gem lands Florida State shortstop, Michigan native on SportsCenter Top Plays

PORTAGE, MI – Another game, another incredible defensive play from Florida State shortstop Josie Muffley.

With two outs and an Arizona runner on second in the top of the third inning, the Seminoles infielder and former Portage Central star snagged a line drive up the middle, faked a throw to first base, then turned and rifled a throw to third to pick off the greedy Wildcats baserunner who made a wide turn toward home plate.

Muffley’s web gem shut down an Arizona rally and helped No. 15 FSU claim a 4-2 win over the second-ranked Wildcats.

The play also caught the attention of ESPN, which placed it at No. 6 in SportsCenter’s Top Plays segment for Thursday, March 11.

Now in her second season in Tallahassee, Muffley has established herself as a top-flight defensive player, with her latest highlight-reel play coming less than a month after a video of

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Former CBB coach makes bold prediction about Florida State

Just days away from March, Florida State looks like one of the best teams in the ACC. At least one college basketball analyst believes the Seminoles are capable of winning it all.

Former college basketball coach and current ESPN college basketball expert Seth Greenberg spoke about Florida State on Saturday morning’s edition of SportsCenter. Greenberg is a big fan of what Seminoles head coach Leonard Hamilton has built in Tallahassee, and he sees a potential national champion in this year’s Florida State squad.

Leonard Hamilton has two great lines: ‘Culture never graduates’ and their culture is as good as any,” Greenberg said. “And they’re not a blue blood. They’re a ‘new blood.’ And they can win a national championship.”

The Seminoles have won nine of their last 10 games, and they look like a team who could do quite a bit of damage in

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Florida at LSU Men’s Basketball Matchup Postponed Due to COVID-19

The matchup between the Florida Gators men’s basketball team against the LSU Tigers originally scheduled for Feb. 6 has officially been postponed, the university and the SEC released in a statement today.

The reasoning for the postponement was due to a combination of positive COVID-19 tests, contact tracing and subsequent quarantining of individuals within the Florida basketball program. 

Below is a full statement released by the SEC regarding the matchup’s postponement:

The Florida at LSU men’s basketball game of February 6 has been postponed due to a combination of positive tests, contact tracing and subsequent quarantining of individuals within the Florida basketball program, consistent with Southeastern Conference COVID-19 management requirements. A make-up date has not been determined at this time.

The Florida men’s basketball program is currently 10-5 (6-4), and are just coming off of a 72-66 loss against South Carolina. The loss would snap a four-game winning streak, including

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