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John Swofford Comments on BCS Meetings


ESPN video of Swofford on discussions at BCS meetings.

'Will the state of Florida rise again?' Adelson interviews Fisher


ESPN's Andrea Adelson provides a Q&A with Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher. 'The pressure people put on me isn’t close to the pressure I put on myself.' In a related feature Adelson discusses the Sunshine State's Big Three. She again offers comments by the Seminoles' head coach. "Consistency in head coaching and staffs," Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher said when asked the single-biggest reason the three rose at once. "Miami had the most rotation, but Steve and Bobby were here forever, and their staffs very rarely changed, just a guy or two every blue moon. They got ahead and got that momentum. … It's a matter of teams establishing winning and keeping the local players home." http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/7783894/will-miami-hurricanes-florida-gators-florida-state-seminoles-rise-again

Schlabach's Way-Too-Early Top 25

3. Florida State Seminoles If FSU fans needed another indication that Jimbo Fisher has the Seminoles headed back toward the sport's upper crust, it was delivered on national signing day. FSU signed the country's No. 1 class and there's more help coming for an improved defense. Quarterback E.J. Manuel played well as an emergency starter in 2010, and nine starters are coming back on both offense and defense. FSU has a favorable schedule -- it doesn't play Georgia Tech, North Carolina or Virginia Tech during the regular season -- and if it can defeat Oklahoma at home on Sept. 17 it might be a serious contender to win the BCS national championship.

FSU vs Oklahoma Front Page ESPN College Football


FSU and Jimbo Fisher are getting some very good publicity lately. I can't imagine the insanity if FSU should win on Saturday.

Danny Kanell will be doing color for ESPNU


Alas he will be paired with Pam Ward. She's God awful.

ESPN's Katz on Leonard Hamilton


Katz breaks down the history of our search for the elusive NCAA bid and the pain of all our near misses.

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