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Florida State football, recruiting news 07/30

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Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

Hey everyone, I'm back safely from a trip to Israel and ready to resume 'Noles News. Had a great time over there and we were kept extremely safe at all times, but it's good to be back. Let's get to today's links:

-USA Today looks at FSU's need to replace its leaders from the 2013 team. I feel the Noles have a strong nucleus of proven leaders as they chase another championship this season. This team has plenty of returning starters on both sides of the ball that know how to lead and win at a high level, so a leadership void doesn't really concern me.

-Tom D'Angelo of the Palm Beach Post writes tight end Nick O'Leary is looking for a big senior season. O'Leary will be a huge asset to Jameis Winston and the FSU passing game that looks to replace heavy contributions from wide receivers Kelvin Benjamin and Kenny Shaw last season.

-This is an interesting piece by Shakin the Southland on the 10 worst calls in Clemson's modern history. This will be an interesting topic for us to discuss. Give me your worst calls against the Noles in the last 25 years. I can name many off the top of my head from my short lifetime as a Seminole but I'll leave that to all of you.