Fletcher and Ryan are joined by Ariya Massoudi of Seminoles.com to talk FSU Soccer’s successful weekend (2:26), FSU Football’s sour loss (6:42), FAMU’s opening win and trip to Troy (35:02) and the biggest winners and losers of the first week of college football (48:34).
Are you excited about the start of the college football season? So is the WCTV Sports team.
WCTV Sports reporter Ryan Kelly and web producer Fletcher Keel are joined by Joe Reedy from the Associated Press just days before he leaves Tallahassee for his next venture in California to talk FSU’s opener against Virginia Tech, FAMU’s opener against Fort Valley State and the rest of the opening week of college football across the country.
WCTV web producer Fletcher Keel is joined by Ryan Kelly to breakdown the first day of ACC Media Day.
Fletcher and Ryan discuss ACC commissioner John Swofford’s comments regarding the upcoming ACC Network, the state of the conference and legalized gambling and talks about Mark Richt, arguably the best coach quotes from the first day of Media Day.
Fletcher also talks a bit about Jessie Warren losing out on Best Play at the ESPY’s on Wednesday.
Mike Bell has left the Florida State baseball program for greener pastures and the Seminoles could be adding a sport or two to their docket.
WCTV web producer Fletcher Keel and sports reporter Ryan Kelly discuss Bell’s departure, the potential for FSU adding lacrosse programs as well as go over the MLB Draft signing deadline and talk about how the Week 1 game between FSU and Virginia Tech gets more and more interesting.
On Monday, FSU head baseball coach Mike Martin announced 2019, his 40th season as head coach, will be his final season as head coach.
WCTV producer Ryan Kelly talks briefly with WCTV web producer Fletcher Keel about Fletcher’s thoughts on Martin’s retirement before talking with the Associated Press’ Joe Reedy on his tenure at FSU, the legacy he’ll leave behind and everything in between.
There’s an excitement surrounding the FAMU football program that hasn’t been for quite some time, and that’s thanks in large part to Willie Simmons.
WCTV web producer Fletcher Keel and producer Ryan Kelly talk about what a successful year one for Simmons looks like, as well as touch on new proposed bowl games for 2020, Fletcher gives a bold prediction for a change to the NCAA basketball tournament, and they run down the field of eight who will meet for the College World Series in Omaha...
WCTV web producer Fletcher Keel and producer Ryan Kelly discuss what Tyler Holton signing with the Arizona Diamondbacks means for the baseball program, and talk about the four best moments of the year for the Seminoles, and try to decide which one was the best.
Florida State has claimed their first ever Women’s College World Series title after defeating the Washington Huskies, 8-3, on Tuesday in Oklahoma City.
WCTV web producer Fletcher Keel and producer Ryan Kelly discuss the Noles win and talk with WCTV sports director Kevin Keane and Seminoles.com’s Aryia Massoudi to break the game down further.
Fletcher and Ryan also discuss the five Seminoles who were drafted in the MLB Draft, and what their future with the Garnet and Gold will hold.
WCTV Sports Producers Ryan Kelly and Fletcher Keel take a look at Florida State Softball’s incredible run to the Championship Series of the Women’s College World Series, where FSU baseball failed over the weekend and why nuance is needed when discussing Mike Martin’s legacy.
WCTV Sports Producers Fletcher Keel and Ryan Kelly chat about Seminole softball’s heartbreaking loss in OKC, FSU’s ACC-B1G Challenge opponent and Josh Ball’s status with Florida State football. Plus, Ryan reunites with his old radio partner Drew Hicken (currently of Gridiron Now and 1010XL Jacksonville) to discuss the Tallahassee Regional and FSU baseball.
WCTV Sports Producers Ryan Kelly and Fletcher Keel take a look at the games Florida State has been listed as an underdog and take their own stabs at how the ‘Noles will fair in football season. Plus a look at the Tallahassee Super Regional where FSU Softball is two wins away from a trip to the Women’s College World Series.
FSU defeated Virginia to open ACC tournament play and a Florida State offensive lineman has been suspended by a judicial panel.
WCTV web producer Fletcher Keel along with producers Ryan Kelly and Dylan Plunkett, discuss FSU baseball in Durham, Josh Ball’s suspension and a little logo talk in the latest WCTV Sports Podcast.
WCTV Sports Producer Ryan Kelly is joined by Weekend Sports Anchor Kenny Morales and Sports Director Kevin Keene to talk about the biggest question heading into jamboree games for the Big Bend’s biggest teams. Plus, a Tallahassee Softball Regional look-in with WCTV Sports Producer Fletcher Keel.
WCTV Sports Producers Fletcher Keel and Ryan Kelly talk about FSU’s newly scheduled kickoff game against Boise State in 2019, Willie Taggart’s facility plea and set the table for the Tallahassee NCAA Softball Regional. Plus, Dylan Plunkett joins to chat FSU-NC State on the baseball diamond.
Sports Producer Ryan Kelly picks the brain of outgoing Weekend Sports Anchor Kenny Morales for his favorite moments, stories and trips to cover sports in the big bend during his time in the big bend. Topics include FSU Hoops in the Elite 8, the College World Series, FAMU and FSU’s crazy coaching searches and meeting “Super” Cam Brown.
WCTV Sports Producer Ryan Kelly and Web Producer Fletcher Keel are joined by Sports Director Kevin Keene for his thoughts on where the former ‘Noles in the NFL Draft landed and the guys try to make sense of Ike Obiagu leaving FSU hoops. Also, why FSU-Clemson is about far more than Mike Martin’s shot at the NCAA’s win record with producer Dylan Plunkett and friend of the show Jason Joseph explains why FAMU playing the Southern Jaguars again is another step in the right direction for the...
Weekend Sports Anchor Kenny Morales, Sports Producer Ryan Kelly and Joe Reedy of the Associated Press discuss FSU Baseball’s big, bittersweet weekend and why ‘Noles fans should take the good more than the bad. Plus a look at Seminoles in the draft and how the regions teams fared.
WCTV Sports Producers Ryan Kelly and Fletcher Keel are joined by Associated Press reporter and former Cinicinnati Bengals beat writer Joe Reedy to recap the madness of the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft.