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Florida State football, recruiting news: Should FSU be the favorite next year in the ACC?

Clemson beat Bama on the field; who can beat them on the recruiting trail?

Capitol One Orange Bowl - Florida State v Michigan Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images


If ESPN’s David Hale had to make a pick for next year’s ACC Champion & National Champion you might be surprised with his answer:

With bowl season officially over, two Seminoles made ESPN’s All-Bowl team; everyone’s favorite all-time great running back & a front 7 player not named Demarcus Walker.

ESPN’s final Power Rankings are out & their spot in them looks just like the AP & Coaches poll.

Here’s the best and the worst of the ACC from bowl season.

Have y’all heard of that show “Wife Swap”? This is kind of like that, except they’re defensive coordinators:

The superlatives of FSU’s tumultuous 2016 season.

Is Alabama Doomsday? Will killing them only make them stronger?

Mike Williams is the latest Clemson Tiger to declare for the draft:

Dalvin Cook really helped his stock according to one NFL executive.


Josh Newberg took his best at forecasting Signing Day (VIP)

Here’s a look at Florida State’s 10 Most Wanted Recruits.

Via 247 Composite rankings Alabama has had the top recruiting class six years in a row; who has the best shot at dethroning them on trail?

The Seminoles are in a strong position for Marvin Wilson, the No. 1 defensive tackle in the country, out of Houston. They are Alabama’s main competition for Jarez Parks and Henry Ruggs. FSU could flip four-star Tennessee safety commitment Melaik Gray. Florida State is also a strong contender to hold off Florida and Texas A&M for four-star Texas linebacker Levi Jones. And if it’s not Stanford or Georgia for linebacker Leonard Warner, FSU could be in a good spot. The Seminoles are also battling Stanford for four-star defensive tackle Dalyn Wade-Perry, of New Jersey.


What Florida State did to Duke was alarming & eye opening to the rest of college basketball.

Coach Gates is very clear; no harm, no foul when Grayson Allen crashed into the FSU bench:

This win was personal for Xavier Rathan-Mayes.