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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU has more quality wins than three top ten Big Ten teams combined

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The headline is not a typo; FSU has more quality wins than the three Big Ten teams ranked inside the top ten:

A really easy schedule would’ve been nice to have this year.

Duke Head Coach David Cutcliffe had high praise for James Blackman’s arm-talent:

Here’s what we learned on offense, defense, and special teams following the road victory over Duke.

Matthew Thomas knew an FSU win would come down to the final drive; he’s been paying attention.

Five games into the season and it’s becoming more clear that FSU’s running game will pave the way to victory.

FSU opens as a touchdown favorite against Lamar Jackson and the Cardinals.

In case you missed it Jimbo Fisher’s approach in regards to tempo and fourth-down math is astonishing and not at all surprising if you follow the data.

Undefeated Miami is not atop ESPN’s ACC Power Rankings.

Florida State is still projected to go to the Belk Bowl but this time the opponent is the LSU Tigers.

Four top ten teams lost this past weekend so what is the College Football Playoff looking like?

Shout out to Jonny Miller of WBZ Newsradio out of Boston, Massachusetts. He cast FSU’s lone vote in this week’s AP Top 25 Poll.


Following the commitment of Houston Griffith FSU now has 14 four-star or higher rated recruits in its 2018 recruiting class according to ESPN.

FSU commitment Antoine Green is one of the more underrated wide receiver recruits in the country because of plays like this:

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FSU Soccer came up just short at Wake Forest.

FSU Volleyball took care of Duke:

Basketball season is nigh; which means it was time to Jam with Ham this past weekend.


Xavier Rhodes is slowly but surely cementing best CB in the league status:

X-rays for Jameis Winston’s shoulder were negative:

Vince Williams was having maybe his best game as a Steeler before leaving with an injured hip.