A Florida State student run sports talk radio show on 89.7 FM WVFS Tallahassee, The Voice of Florida State. Mondays, 7PM. We discuss the latest FSU sporting news, along with a dash of stories from around the sports world. It's the hottest room in Seminole Sports, V89.7!
Gary, Austin and Sebastian are joined by Jack Oliaro to recap Florida State's win over UNC Greensboro in the NCAA Tournament, as well as the end of the season for Brooke Wyckoff and the women's hoops team. They also heap praise on FSU baseball and softball for their recent strong performances. To close out the show, the guys talk all things NBA, including how LeBron's injury impacts the western conference playoff picture.
This week, Gary, Austin and Sebastian go in-depth on Florida State's ACC Tournament run and their outlook heading into March Madness. The guys also give resident Saints fan Gabe a hard time following Drew Brees' retirement. For the second half, Max Runde joins to discuss the women's basketball team's seeding assignment, an inspiring week for Florida State baseball, and a jam-packed first day of NFL free agency.
Gary, Austin and Sebastian are joined by Jack Oliaro in his Tomahawk Talk debut to recap a disappointing week of Florida State basketball. The guys also take back some of their criticisms of the Seminole baseball team following a series win over Virginia. Later, Mikey Lamarre calls in to give his thoughts on the NBA All-Star festivities and what fans should expect heading into the second half of the season, and Sebastian goes in-depth on Dak Prescott's massive new contract.
In tonight's episode, the crew is joined by V89er Max Runde to start the show off with Florida State's rough outings in basketball and baseball. In the back half of the show, the crew take a moment to talk NBA with the league's All Star Break, and the roster moves that come with it. Finally, the show's capped off with some...offbeat...talk about the teams at the top of the NHL's realigned divisions.
In this edition of Tomahawk Talk, Gary, Austin and Sebastian heap praise on both Florida State basketball programs for their impressive performances in the past week. They also recap a mixed bag of performances from the 'Noles in baseball and softball. To close out the show, the guys hit on the biggest NBA storylines from recent weeks, as well as… NHL and Champions League coverage? Is that allowed?
This week on Tomahawk Talk, Gary, Austin and Sebastian are joined by Matt Povtak and Max Runde to recap a packed week of Florida State sports, including basketball, softball, and a first look at baseball. They also provide live updates from the men's basketball team's game against Virginia. In a second half devoid of football for the first time in a while, the guys go heavy on NBA coverage, taking a closer look at the top of the western conference and debating whether an All-Star game should be played.
Gary, Austin, Sebastian and Max Escarpio vent their frustrations with another COVID-19 pause for FSU men's basketball, and discuss what needs to change following another 1-1 week for the women's team. The guys also give a short preview of the softball team ahead of their opening weekend. In the second half, Gabe Tisnes hops on to help break down a lopsided Super Bowl LV where Tom Brady secured his seventh ring.
In this week's edition of Tomahawk Talk, Gary, Austin and Sebastian cover what went wrong in Florida State's 76-65 loss to Georgia Tech. The guys also revisit the women's basketball team after a loss to Wake Forest, and question how much they may have underestimated coach Sue Semrau's influence. Later on, NBA talk makes its long-awaited return to the show, and the hosts lock in their predictions for Super Bowl LV.
With both basketball programs finally playing games again after experiencing COVID-related difficulties, Gary, Austin and Sebastian comment on how different the men's and women's returns have been. The guys also dip in to some baseball talk as the team debuts at #24 in the preseason rankings. Later, Gabe Tisnes calls in to put a bow on Drew Brees' NFL career and predict which teams will compete in Super Bowl LV.
Now back in studio, Gary, Austin and Sebastian express their uncertainty over how the men's and women's basketball teams will look once they are able to return to play, and give their predictions for the National Championship Game between Alabama and Ohio State. In the second half, the guys recap a thrilling weekend of six NFL playoff games and discuss which teams they think will advance to the conference championships.
Gary and Austin discuss what it means for FSU football to be able to play two more games after a series of postponements, and reflect on the much-anticipated debut of Scottie Barnes at the Tucker Center. Additionally, they recap the crazy series of events that led to BYU playing Coastal Carolina, and give their updated predictions for the College Football Playoff. After the break, Mikey Lamarre makes his first appearance on Tomahawk Talk to sort out the NFL playoff picture as the regular season winds down.
Fresh off Thanksgiving break, Gary, Austin and Sebastian vent their frustrations with a second straight cancellation for Florida State football. They also give their final preseason projections for men's and women's basketball, and discuss the significance of Sarah Fuller suiting up to kick for Vanderbilt. Finally, Max Runde hops on to round out the college football talk and provide commentary on the NFL's biggest stories from week 12.
With Gary out of town, Austin takes over hosting duties as they and Sebastian mull over the postponement of Florida State's game against Clemson. The trio also give their thoughts on FSU men's basketball ahead of the season, and whether or not 21st is a fair ranking for the 'Noles. To wrap up, Evan Eisenstark makes his Tomahawk Talk debut to discuss how Florida State players fared in the NBA draft and who the real contenders are in the NFL..
Tonight on Tomahawk Talk, Gary, Austin and Sebastian talk about Florida State's sixth loss of the season, this time a 38-22 defeat against NC State. The crew also congratulates FSU soccer on their ACC Tournament victory and looks ahead to potential competitions in the spring. Finally, Max Escarpio hops on to recap Week 10 of the NFL slate, preview the 2020 NFL Draft, and debate who won the trade that sent Chris Paul to Phoenix.
Gary, Austin and Sebastian discuss yet another loss by FSU football, this time an injury-riddled 41-17 loss to Pitt, and touch on the upcoming men's basketball season. Brett Rutherford also makes another guest appearance to lament his Buccaneers' blowout loss to the Saints, as well as cover other premier NFL matchups and make final predictions for The Masters.
Following FSU football's bye week, Gary, Austin and Sebastian are joined by Jacob Varga to preview the team's game against Pitt and congratulate the soccer team on a perfect regular season. Additionally, former Tomahawk Talk host Brett Rutherford makes his return to the show to cover the touchy subject of the Dodgers winning the World Series, and Benny Moses helps break down an eventful weekend of NFL football.
Gabe Tisnes returns to help Gary, Austin and Sebastian make sense of Florida State's embarrassing loss to Louisville, and the crew gives their thoughts on Chubba Purdy's first game as a Seminole. The hosts also welcome Max Escarpio as they debate whether the Dodgers will close out the Rays in game six, and delve into the weekend's marquee matchups from college football and the NFL.
Tonight's Tomahawk Talk kicks off with Florida State's shocking upset of North Carolina, as Max Runde joins Gary, Austin and Sebastian to discuss how the 'Noles can keep the momentum going. Later, Jacob Varga makes a guest appearance to cover the greater college football landscape and help break down a Dodgers-Rays World Series.
Gary Putnik, Austin Reynolds and Sebastian Angel-Riano are joined by Gabe Tisnes for the first half to discuss Florida State's 42-26 loss to Notre Dame. Max Escarpio also hops on as we recount the Lakers' journey to their 17th NBA Championship, lock in our World Series picks, and sort through the laundry list of NFL schedule changes due to COVID-19.
Tonight on Tomahawk Talk, we've got our crew talking about Florida State football's most convincing win in months, the aftermath of the baseball Wild Card rounds, and NFL's first COVID cases causing problems for the season.
In this week's episode, the crew talks about the Canes' rolling of the Noles and how the NBA Finals are set between the Heat and the Lakers. Also in tonight's show, we've got a look at the Wild Card stage of Major League Baseball.
Tonight, Tomahawk Talk hosts special guest Isabella Didio, Sports Editor of The Miami Hurricane newspaper. She joins host Gary Putnik and co-host Austin Reynolds to talk about the Seminoles-Canes game this Saturday. Tonight's show also features a pass of NFL Week 2, much to the behest of Austin, and a look at the first set of games of both NBA Confrence Finals.
Welcome back to another episode of Tomahawk Talk, where football is finally, finally, finally back. The crew takes a look at Seminole football and the return of the NFL. We also take a look at the upsets in the making taking place in the NBA playoffs. This show was recorded on Olivia Rhoads' birthday. Happy birthday Olivia!
Quarantine Pod no more! Tomahawk Talk is back in the studio! It's a two man episode, with Brett Rutherford and Gary Putnik manning the mics. The two take on the frenzy of the first round of the NBA playoff, Sunday's Champions League final between Paris-St. Germain and Bayern Munich, and the latest from Florida State football camp. This is Brett's final episode as host. Here's to you Brett, we hope to see you soon!
In tonight's episode, Hosts Brett Rutherford and Gary Putnik are once again joined by Sebastian Angel-Riano and Gabe Tisnes to cover the latest in Florida State Football injuries, Bayern's torching of Barcelona, and the first round of the NBA playoffs.
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik, producer Sebastian Angel-Riano, and Anthony Fernandez to discuss college football as the season hangs in the balance. The NHL is getting ready to start the postseason, so the crew give their predictions for the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Remembering Michael Ojo, former Florida State basketball player who tragically passed away from a heart attack last week. Former Tomahawk Talk hosts Ryan Kelly and Ariya Massoudi share messages and stories about Ojo.
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik and Austin Reynolds in what has been the most sports-filled show since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States. We're inching closer to the start of Florida State's football season, where there's a lot of question marks surrounding who will be under center for the Noles. The NHL has returned, with games taking place in their two bubble cities: Toronto and Edmonton. Yoenis Cespedes opts out of the 2020 season in peculiar fashion, and the NBA gets games underway in Orlando
Hosts Brett Rutherford and Gary Putnik are once again joined by Alex Kruchick and Sebastian Angel-Riano in yet another Quarantine Edition of Tomahawk Talk. This week's topics are headlined by the uptick in COVID cases among Miami Marlins players and life in the NBA bubble in Walt Disney World.
After the relentless off-season that didn't seem like it was going to end, we're finally, finally, getting ready for Opening Day. Join hosts Brett Rutherford and Gary Putnik as they're joined by Producer Sebastian Angel-Riano and V89 Correspondent Alex Kruchick as they tour the MLB to set the stage for it's 60 game season.
In this episode of Tomahawk Talk, we're a bit early for next week's episode. Hosts Brett Rutherford and Gary Putnik are joined by Austin Reynolds and Sebastian Angel-Riano to mull over what layoffs at Florida State's Atheltic Department could mean for 2020-21 sports, what ACC football could look like in a quaratined fall semester, and the MLS's ongoing MLS is Back Cup.
Tomahawk Talk is back with another Quarantine Pod, hosted by Brett Rutherford and Gary Putnik, with Sebastian Angel-Riano and Brooks Brazeau. In this episode, the crew muses former Carolina QB Cam Newton's move to the Patriots, Gary and Brooks get their long awaited vindication of Liverpool winning the Prem, plus trivia at the end of the show.
It's another Quarantine Edition of Tomahawk Talk with hosts Brett Rutherford, Gary Putnik, and producer Sebastian Angel-Riano. In this week's episode, the crew takes a look at the ongoing MLB negotiations, a recap of NASCAR's race at Talladega, and deep dive into the recently resumed Premier League.
Host Brett Rutherford and Co-host Gary Putnik are joined by WCTV's Ryan Kelly to break down the 2016 Florida State Football season. On the surface, 2016 was a successful year for the Noles. 10 wins and a victory over Michigan in the Orange Bowl. Redshirt Freshman QB Deondre Francois threw for over 3300 yards and had 20 touchdowns. Dalvin Cook had one of the greatest offensive seasons ever when he picked up 1,765 yards on the ground (a school record) and had 19 rushing touchdowns. The team was heading into 2017 with one of the best recruiting classes in the nation, a game against Alabama to start the season, and all eyes were set on the College Football Playoff. Given what we know now, there were some giant warning signs about Florida State Football throughout the 2016 season.
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik, Alex DePriest, Tyler Phillips, and Will Morton (making his Tomahawk Talk debut) on this week's episode to talk about "The Match" between Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning, and Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady. Despite bad weather in South Florida, it seems like the general consensus is that the Match 2.0 went much better than the pay-per-view first rendition last year. Dak Prescott might have just turned down an opportunity to sign long-term with the Dallas Cowboys and secure a big time paycheck, and rumors are flying that he wants to become the highest paid QB in the league, and not by a little bit either. Is he worth it? Do the Cowboys have to sign him? The crew breaks that down and what a new Dak contract might mean for the rest of the league. Alex is back on this week to defend his trivia title, but how well does he know his sports movies? Questions from Remember the Titans, A League of Their Own, and other sports classics surprisingly stump the contestants on trivia tonight.
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik, Gabe Tisnes, Gianna Arantes, and Alex DePriest. The panel discusses the final two episodes of ESPN's The Last Dance and analyze the series as a whole. Should these documentaries effect the GOAT argument in any way? Blake Snell made comments on his Twitch channel about his concerns with the return of baseball in 2020 amidst the Covid-19 outbreak, and Bryce Harper was quick to support him. Will the statements made by these players hurt the chances of MLB getting their season underway before 2021? Gabe defends his trivia title for the first time in two weeks in a "The Last Dance" themed game.
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik, Gabe Tisnes, and Alex Krutchik to catch either up on the week in sports. Yes, we have actual sports to talk about. The KBO is underway in Korea, with games being broadcast on ESPN, the UFC had a stacked PPV card which included 2 title fights, and Major League Baseball is eyeing a July return to the field.
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik and Gabe Tisnes. The guys break down some of the latest NFL free agency moves, including Andy Dalton to the Cowboys and Jameis Winston to the Saints. With no sports, many leagues have set up video game competitions featuring real life players. For Major League Baseball, Blake Snell took home the title in their "Players League," which took place on MLB the Show. Gabe Tisnes defends his trivia title for the first time in NFL Trivia.
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik, Gabe Tisnes, and Luke Hazen to discuss the first ever virtual NFL Draft, Rob Gronkowski joining the Tampa Bay Bucs, and Jameis Winston signing with the New Orleans Saints. Also, Brett defends his trivia title for the first time against former champ Gary, and newcomer Gabe.
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik and Austin Reynolds to preview the 2020 NFL Draft, taking place this weekend. Where will Tua land? Will we see teams trading up? Who is the most talented receiver in this draft class? The guys break all of that down and more. This past weekend, ESPN debuted the first two of a ten-part documentary chronicling the trials and tribulations of the '97-'98 Chicago Bulls and their brightest star, Michael Jordan. We'll be discussing the Last Dance every week for the next 5 weeks, as the show airs on ESPN.
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik, Lucas Veitia, and Luke Fay, who is making his first appearance back on the show since retiring as host back in January. As usual, the crew share what they've been up to while practicing social distancing. Starving for sports news? Well Florida State football brought in 2 new transfers and the guy break down how they may contribute in 2020. Brett challenged Gary to trivia last week, and this week they face off in the longest and toughest ever round of Tomahawk Talk Trivia, hosted by Luke Fay.
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik, producer Sebastian Angel-Riano, and Tyler Phillips for another podcast-only edition of Tomahawk Talk. The crew talk about what they've been up to while trapped inside their homes, which includes iRacing and WrestleMania 36. Do people love to hate new NFL uniforms? Gary defends his trivia title in a Florida State basketball-themed game, in honor of the National Championship game that was supposed to be played this past Monday.
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik, Producer Sebastian Angel-Riano, and Austin Reynolds via Skype for another quarantined episode. The crew break down Patrick Williams' decision to declare for the NBA Draft after just one year at Florida State, analyze decisions made by the NCAA and MLB regarding eligibility and the draft, and then Gary defends his trivia title for the first time in a Willie Taggart Era themed game.
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik and panelists Tyler Phillips in Luke Hazen. The crew practices social distancing in (we think) the first every remote edition of Tomahawk Talk. Despite Florida State athletics coming to a complete halt and the seasons of all Winter and Spring sports ending unceremoniously, the crew shine some light on all the bright spots from this year. We talk all things NFL Free Agency, including Tom Brady to the Tampa Bay Bucs, and wrap up the show with some trivia. Apologies for all audio issues, this was our first video chat episode, there's a bit of a learning curve!
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik and panelists Luke Hazen and Lucas Veitia to celebrate and discuss Florida State men's basketball's first ever ACC Regular Season title which they clinched over the weekend with a win over Boston College in the regular season finale. V89 alum and current voice of the Florida State women's basketball team joins the show to talk about the team's run to the ACC Title Game in Greensboro. Spring Football is also underway, so Alex Krutchik joins the show to talk about the first official practices of the Mike Norvell era.
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik, Matt Povtak, and Howie Burg. Nole GameDay's head basketball writer and Co-host of the Hear the Spear Podcast Austin Veazey calls into the show to talk Florida State hoops. The crew break down Florida State's path to the ACC regular season title, discuss the challenging weekend for Florida State baseball, run through NBA and NFL storylines, and lastly discuss the UEFA Champions League for some rare soccer talk.
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik, and panelists Austin Reynolds and Alex DePriest. The guys analyze Florida State's success and how they've gotten themselves on the doorstep of an ACC Regular Season title, discuss all the storylines from the NBA this season, and recap the heavyweight bout between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury.
Due to some technical difficulties, 4 minutes from the top of the hour are missing. Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik, Alex Krutchik, and Anthony Fernandez to discuss a busy week in Florida State sports. Despite being the only Orlando Magic fan on the show, Brett states his case for Aaron Gordon in the dunk contest against 3 avid Miami Heat fans.
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik, Jake Mossing, and Sam Collins, who were live just as Florida State and Duke were tipping off at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Along with updates from that game throughout the broadcast, the crew discuss the NBA Trade Deadline and who appears to be headed to the Finals, and preview the upcoming Florida State baseball season.
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik, Tyler Phillips, and Gabe Tisnes. Throughout the show, the panel provides live updates from the game between North Carolina and Florida State, who were playing just down the street at the Tucker Civic Center. A complete breakdown of Super Bowl 54, which saw the Kansas City Chiefs take home the Lombardi Trophy, and their QB Patrick Mahomes emerge as the game's MVP.
Host Brett Rutherford is joined by Co-Host Gary Putnik, Lex Tucker, and Alex Krutchik. The guys reflect on the life and legacy of NBA legend Kobe Bryant, who died tragically in a helicopter crash with his daughter Gianna and 7 others on Sunday morning. With the Super Bowl less than a week away, Brett and Gary discuss some of their favorite prop bets for the game. Also, an update on Florida State men's and women's basketball who are both well into their ACC schedules.
Host Brett Rutherford and Co-Host Gary Putnik are joined by Tucker Pearce, Austin Reynolds, and special guest Jay Sutton to talk about the NFL Conference Championship games, UFC 246, the CFP National Championship, and the Florida State men's basketball team, who reached the top 5 of the AP Poll for the first time in almost 50 years.
Welcome back to a new season of Tomahawk Talk! At the helm for this semester will be Brett Rutherford. This week Brett is joined by Co-Host Gary Putnik, with Luke Hazen and producer Sebastian Angel-Riano on panel. The crew mulls over the Astros scandal and it's effect on both the team and the league as a whole, the NFL Divisional Playoff round, a preview of Men's Basketball vs. Virginia, and a look at the College Football Playoff National Championship between Clemson and LSU.
Host Luke Fay is joined by Co-Host Gary Putnik, Brett Rutherford, and Alex Krutchik. The crew goes over their New Years new decade (2020-2029) resolutions, a recap of the basketball game between FSU and Louisville, the end of the Patriots dynasty, the rest of the NFL playoffs, a recap of FSU football's tough loss to Arizona State in the Sun Bowl, and an emotional goodbye from Host Luke Fay as he hands the reigns of the radio station to Brett Rutherford.
Host Luke Fay is joined by guest Co-Host Luke Hazen and special guest from Arizona State Tyler Henry. The Luke's react to Marvin Wilson and Tamorrion Terry deciding to come back for their fourth year at FSU to be a part of Norvell's first season at FSU, ASU's Tyler Henry calls into the show to give input on Arizona State's football team, we make predictions for the Sun Bowl, recap of the CFP Semifinal, and a preview of the NFL playoffs along with our sports moments of the decade. (please excuse poor sound quality).
It is our annual Holiday Special here at V89. Host Luke Fay is joined by former Host of Tomahawk Talk Ariya Massoudi, who is now the PxP man for FSU women's basketball as well as the Host of Tuck Talk for the Osceola. The duo run through FSU women's basketball's hard fought 79-69 win over Michigan. Luke and Ariya enjoy a guest call from Tallahasse Democrat writer Curt Weiler on FSU narrow victory over USF 66-60 in Sunrise, FL, what the NFL playoffs are shaping to be as well as the state of NFL football in Florida, the NBA Christmas slate, and an in-depth look at the College Football Playoff Semifinal between LSU and Oklahoma plus Clemson vs Ohio State.
Host Luke Fay is joined by two former Tomahawk Talk hosts, Ryan Kelly and Nick Carlisle, as well as the host of Noles All Access, Jay Sutton. The guys discuss the additions that Mike Norvell has made to his coaching staff, Florida State's 2020 recruiting class, Joe Burrow winning the Heisman Trophy and the Jaguars dysfunction.
Host Luke Fay is joined by Co-Host Gary Putnik, Jake Mossing, Sebastian Angel-Riano, and Tyler Phillips. Florida State hires Mike Norvell as their 11th head coach in school history. The guys discuss the opening press conference for Norvell, Championship Saturday in College Football, and the tough loss FSU men's basketball suffered at Indiana.
Host Luke Fay is joined by Co-Host Gary Putnik, Alex Krutchik, Luke Hazen, and Gabe Tisnes. The boys preview FSU vs UF, interview a special guest from Florida P Tommy Townsend, recap FSU basketball, and take a quick look at the state of college football.
Host Luke Fay is joined by Gary Putnik, Luke Hazen, and Brett Rutherford. The crew recaps the easy victory over Alabama State, FSU's next move on the football coaching hire, the surprise scare Western Carolina handed the Noles in basketball this past Friday, the Astros sign stealing scandal, and the state of the NFL.
Host Luke Fay is joined by Co-Host Gary Putnik, Brett Rutherford, special guest from WCTV Michael Hudak, and Noles All Access's Jay Sutton. The guys break down the shocking firing of head coach Willie Taggart after the Seminoles were scorched by in-state rival Miami 27-10. We also discuss the state of Florida State football, who is rumored to be the next coach at FSU, and the upcoming Florida State football game at Boston College.
Host Luke Fay is joined by Co-host Gary Putnik, Luke Hazen, Anthony Fernandez, Gianna Arantes, and special Miami guest Danny LaRose. The crew talks about FSU football’s convincing win against Syracuse, a preview of rivalry week with Miami, and predictions for Game 6 and Game 7 of the World Series. (Apologies for the fire alarm at the end of recording. The hot takes can be too hot sometimes).
Host Luke Fay is joined by Co-Host Gary Putnik, Sebastian Angel-Riano, Brett Rutherford, and special guest from Syracuse WAER Jack McMullen. The gang discusses the disappointing loss to the Demon Deacons and previews FSU vs Syracuse.
Host Luke Fay is joined by Co-Host Gary Putnik, Lucas Veitia, Jake Mossing, and special guest Austin Veazey of Nole Gameday. The crew discusses the aftermath of the Clemson beat down, a preview of Wake Forest, and the verbal commitment of Scottie Barnes an elite top 10 basketball recruit for the 2020 class. (Apologize for the audio issue in the first half)
Host Luke Fay is joined by Co-Host Gary Putnik, Austin Reynolds, Tyler Phillips, and special guest reporter from Clemson, Amy McKenna. The team talks about the MLB Divisional playoffs and previews the upcoming FSU game against Clemson.
Host Luke Fay is joined by Co-Host Gary Putnik, Brett Rutherford, Alex Krutchik, and a special guest from NC State’s Technician newspaper Jaylan Harrington. The crew discusses FSU's win over Louisville, previews the next match up against NC State, and more.
Host Luke Fay is joined by Co-Host Gary Putnik, Matt Povtak, and Sebastian Angel-Riano. The team talks about FSU's performance in the Virginia game, previews their next match up against Louisville, and more.
Another night of talking sports, Host Luke Fay is accompanied by Co-Host Gary Putnik, Jake Mossing, and Gabe Wisniewski. The gang reviews FSU's close win against ULM, the future of FSU football, the first week back of the 2019 NFL season and more.
The new school year comes with a new Host of Tomahawk Talk. In his maiden voyage, Host Luke Fay is joined by Co-Host Gary Putnik, Brett Rutherford, Austin Reynolds and Olivia Rhoads. The panel reviews Andrew Luck's retirement announcement, James Blackman as FSU's starting quarterback, players to look out for in the upcoming football season, a preview of the FSU versus Boise State game, and more.
Host Nick Carlisle has Co-Host Luke Fay, Brooks Brazeau, Sammy Profeta, and Adam Schmitt for another night of talking sports. The crew discusses E-Sports, opinions on contract holdouts, FSU alumni in NFL preseason, MLB trade deadline and more.
Nick is back in the hosting seat with Co-Host is Luke Fay, Brett Rutherford and Lucas Veitia. The guys discuss NBA Free agency/ NBA Power Rankings, the Open Championship wrap up, ACC football rankings starring Florida State in a surprising spot, and more.
Host Luke Fay is joined by Co-Host Brett Rutherford, Michael Pedersen, and Jay Sutton. The panel discusses Wimbledon, Westbrook to the Rockets, CP3 in limbo, Open Championship Predictions, Jaguars contract talks and more.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by fill-in Co-Host Brett Rutherford, Tyler Phillips, and Luke Fay. The crew discusses NBA super teams, whether or not a super team is a good idea, and a quick look over to Major League Baseball ahead of the All Star Game.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Luke Fay, Brandon Spencer, Tomahawk Nation’s Courteney Korosec, and Brett Rutherford. The panel discusses the NBA’s use the word owner, FSU baseball’s hiring of Meat (Mike Martin Jr.), and the NBA Draft.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Luke Fay, Brett Rutherford, and Alex Krutchik. The gang discusses USWNT’s World Cup route of Thailand, an FSU baseball vs Arkansas recap, a Michigan preview, and the Anthony Davis trade to the Lakers.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Luke Fay, Brett Rutherford, and Alex Krutchik. Brett, Luke, and Alex recount their trip to Baton Rouge to cover the FSU vs LSU baseball game, the panel has reaction to the series sweep for the 'Noles, an Omaha outlook, and the NBA Finals recap from Game 3-4 between the Warriors and Raptors along with a prediction for the Game 5 winner.
Guest Host Luke Fay is joined by Guest Co-Host Sebastian Angel-Riano, Alex Krutchik, Brett Rutherford, and Jay Sutton. The crew discusses the resurgence of FSU baseball and the legend of Tim Becker, Champions League Final and the the state of US Soccer, the NBA Finals Game 1 and 2, and Heavyweight Champion Andy Ruiz Jr.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho for the final time. The panel is rounded out by future Host of Tomahawk Talk and current Chief Anchor Luke Fay, Brandon Spencer, Dakota Gier, and Jenny McDonald on Twitter for her swan song. The crew examines James Harden as a player, FSU baseball's defensive/pitching woes, the NFL Draft, and reminisces on their time at Florida State.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Brett Rutherford, Emma Clawson, and Chief Anchor Luke Fay. The panel debates FSU baseball's late season struggles, who should be the No.1 Draft Pick for the Cardinals, and where former FSU players will be taken in the NFL Draft.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Austin Reynolds, Dakota Gier, and Tomahawk Nation's Courteney Korosec. The crew recaps the greatest comeback of all-time with Tiger Woods winning his 15th Major at the Masters ending an 11 year Major victory gap. The panel also discusses FSU basketball's recent recruits, FSU baseball's shocking rebound sweep against Clemson, and the start of the NBA Playoffs.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Luke Hazen, and Matt Povtak. The boys debate NCAA player payment, recap the FSU Spring Game, preview FSU baseball vs Florida, and have National Championship predictions between Virginia and Texas Tech.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Producer Sebastian Angel-Riano, Mike Pederson, and Chief Anchor Luke Fay. The squad debates the Kristaps Porzingis scandal, FSU baseball's surprising series loss to Boston College, a preview of the FSU QB battle, and the legacy of the 2018-2019 FSU men's basketball team.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Luke Hazen, Tyler Phillips, Gary Putnik, Austin Reynolds, and Gabe Wisneski. The bullpen panel gives their final thoughts on Duke vs UCF, a FSU vs Gonzaga Sweet 16 preview, the rest of March Madness, and the Odell Beckham Jr. trade to the Browns.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Chief Anchor Luke Fay, Brandon Spencer, Brett Rutherford, and former Host Michael Hudak in Part 1 of the Tomahawk Talk Supershow. The gang runs through a jam packed show that includes Lonzo Ball's decision to distance himself from Big Baller Brand, Meghan King's impact on FSU Softball, FSU baseball's pitching woes, FSU basketball's trouncing of Murray State, and Duke basketball's upset scare against UCF.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Gary Putnik, and Gabe Wisniewski. The lads examine robot umpires, Wisconsin QB Grad-Transfer Alex Hornibrook's impact after he officially committed to FSU, FSU baseball's series vs Virginia Tech along with Mike Martin's 2000th win, and a preview of FSU men's basketball versus Virginia Tech in the ACC Tournament.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Dakota Gier, and Jacob Hane. The gang dives into how FSU baseball has fared thus far this season, FSU men's basketball vs NC State, and Bryce Harper signing with the Phillies.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Gianna Arantes, and Brandon Spencer. The panel recaps FSU women's hoops versus Miami, the FSU men's basketball loss against North Carolina, the FSU baseball series versus Youngstown State, and Zion Williamson's shoe explosion.
Host Chris Camacho is joined by Co-Host Nick Carlisle, Brett Rutherford, and Katherine Wright. The star studded cast recaps FSU men's basketball versus Wake Forest and Virginia Tech, FSU baseball's opening day no-hitter, and MLB season preview.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Luke Hazen, Lucas Veitia. The crew debates who won the Kristaps Porzingis trade, Deondre Francois dismissal, FSU men's basketball Georgia Tech recap, FSU Softball, and the Patriots winning Super Bowl LIII.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Luke Fay, former Host Michael Hudak, and Brett Rutherford. The crew examines NBA official Twitter, FSU women's and men's hoops, and the NFL Playoffs between the Saints/Rams and Patriots/Chiefs.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Chief Anchor Luke Fay, Gary Putnik, and Brandon Spencer. The gang debates whether Kyler Murray should stick to the MLB or become an NFL QB, FSU basketball's heartbreaking loss to Duke, and the National Championship between Clemson and Alabama.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, former Co-Host Curt Weiler, and former Host Ryan Kelly. The folks talk about the disconnect between the Steelers organization and Antonio Brown, Women's hoops, FSU men's basketball recap of their tough loss against Virginia, and the NFL Playoffs.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Stewart Gideon, and Mike Pederson. The boys talk about the new NHL expansion team in Seattle, FSU basketball vs UCONN, Phil Cofer's return from injury, the FSU football offensive coordinator search, and a look back on the week of NFL games.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Brandon Spencer, Lucas Veitia, and Jenny McDonald. The squad analyzes the Kareem Hunt domestic violence incident, the FSU women's soccer tournament run, a recap of FSU basketball's huge win over Purdue, Alabama's comeback victory over Georgia in the SEC Championship, and a review of the New Year Six Bowl matchups.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Austin Reynolds, and Sebastian Angel-Riano. The guys discuss the thumping the Gators put on Seminole football, the end to the bowl streak, FSU soccer, and FSU men's basketball preview of their matchup against Purdue.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Chief Anchor Luke Fay, and Gary Putnik. The crew recaps FSU footballs's come from behind win over Boston College, FSU soccer's win over USC, FSU women's hoops, and if Drew Brees gets the nod over Patrick Mahomes for MVP.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Former Host Ariya Massoudi, and Jake Mossing. The clan recaps the disastrous showing in South Bend by FSU football against Notre Dame and a FSU men's and women's hoops preview.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Sebastian Angel-Riano, and Olivia Rhoads. The gang previews FSU vs NC State, AP Poll bias, and the end to the World Series between the Dodgers and Red Sox.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Alex Krutchik, and Lucas Veitia. The boys examine a new high school to the G league basketball route, FSU vs Wake Forest recap/Clemson preview, and the Chris Paul, Rajon Rondo spit incident.
Host Nick Carlisle is joined by Co-Host Chris Camacho, Chief Anchor Luke Fay, and Gary Putnik. The crew debates the new NFL roughing the passer rule, previews FSU vs Wake Forest, looks at the college football landscape, and runs through the MLB playoffs.
Chris Camacho takes over hosting duties for the week as he is joined by Co-Host Nick Carlisle, Gary Putnik, Mike Pederson and Austin Reynolds with Seminole Segment . The guys have reactions to FSU football's win against Louisville and discuss the allure of October baseball in the MLB.