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Florida State football, recruiting news: Three former Seminoles make the Pro-Bowl

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Alumni:

Xavier Rhodes, Rodney Hudson, and Devonta Freeman are the 3 former Seminoles named to the 2017 Pro-Bowl roster:

Speaking of Xavier Rhodes; he’s bringing Christmas Joy to some in the form of his annual Toy Drive.

Former Seminole DE Mario Edwards Jr. is hoping to see the field in week 16.

Football:

Who had the better ‘bad officiating’ rant, Jim Harbaugh or Jimbo Fisher?

Todd Mcshay breaks down the top NFL prospects in this year’s Orange Bowl

Demarcus Walker is ready for his place among the Pantheon of FSU pass rushers

“As one of the greatest ever, being third all-time on the [Florida State] sack list and finishing the way I did,” Walker said. “When people say pass rush and Peter Boulware and Reinard Wilson, now they can see Peter Boulware, Reinard Wilson and DeMarcus Walker.”

Junior Safety Ermon Lane is likely to miss the Orange Bowl with a foot injury.

Approximately 5 weeks out from the release of the 2017 Schedule, CBlunt58 does his best shot at forecasting the entire schedule.

How much does it cost to come to Tallahassee to assumedly catch a beat down? About 1.35 million dollars.

Alabama’s Nick Saban had some very strong words about how so much focus on the playoff is downplaying the importance of the other bowl games and other unintended consequences.

What do you think about student athletes missing their bowl games in order to protect their financial future?

Recruiting:

The latest addition of the Nolecast catches you up on recruiting before the impending announcements of 5-star DE Joshua Kaindoh & 5-star RB Cam Akers.

5-star DE Justin Mascoll teammate of 4-star FSU commitment Robert Cooper says he would love to play with his teammate at the next level.

Other Sports:

Women’s Basketball has won 11 straight games:

Leticia Romero led the way with 17 points.

I’m sure many Seminoles will remember this ACC Moment of The Year

As part of the Veterans day festivities at the Florida State Seminoles Football game, a soldier returned from being overseas in Afghanistan for nearly a year to surprise his unexpecting family.

Posted by TomahawkNation.com on Friday, November 11, 2016

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays to all.