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Florida State football, recruiting news 08/25

Kevin C. Cox

-The Tallahassee Democrat looks at if FSU can go wire to wire in 2014.

-More from as Natalie Pierre writes about the Noles' ultra-confident secondary. Likely being the best secondary in the nation for the second year in a row is probably a good reason to be confident in my opinion. Loaded is an understatement for this version of the Seminole, defensive backfield.

-Athlon makes its picks for who they think will win each conference and the national championship. Thoughts on these picks?

-Louisville is looking at a potentially huge loss for their team if stud WR DeVante Parker is injured for an extended period of time. Parker injured his foot in practice last week and will be evaluated by a surgeon in the near future. Keep an eye on this injury.

-Shakin the Southland ranks the ACC's coaches based on career numbers. Really nice breakdown of different stats and records here.

-Boston College held its final scrimmage before its first game this week. Read to find out how the Eagles looked.

-The Miami Hurricanes named true freshman Brad Kaaya their starting quarterback for the season opener vs. Louisville. Kaaya beat out transfer Jake Heaps for the job.

-Sports Illustrated gave Andy Staples a great combination football-BBQ column. And punt, pass and pork is a pretty good title.

-Clemson has very little offensive tackle depth. This is true of a lot of teams across the country.