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Florida State Football, recruiting news: The hits just keep on coming

’Noles recruting on something other than football.

NCAA Football: Louisville at Florida State Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports


With Jacques Patrick officially out after sustaining a knee injury versus Louisville this past week, the running back depth chart has been updated indicating that freshman Cam Akers will serve a more increased role for this week’s Boston College game and for the rest of the season.

Following Patrick’s injury, David Visser shared his thoughts on possible replacements for the rest of the season.

Florida State football’s culture and refrigerator maintenance...two things you might not normally compare...actually have a lot of similarities. Bud Elliott shares his thoughts.

Was Florida State lucky to even play Louisville closely this past weekend?

Should FSU be favored for this week’s game against Boston College?

Another early game for the Seminoles next weekend against Syracuse...when you don’t play well, you get shafted on TV times.

Jimbo Fisher addressed the media Monday after yet another loss over the weekend dropped his team to an unthinkable 2-4.

Following Jimbo’s altercation with a fan after Saturday’s game, he made it clear today he didn’t regret it at all. When asked he specifically stated:

“No, not one bit because I don't expect that from our fans in our stadium.”


Major wide receiver target, Joshua Moore, announced his official visit to Florida State on November 4th as the Seminoles take on Syracuse at Doak. Moore is 6’1, 168 pounds from Yaokum, Texas and currently committed to Nebraska. Moore is ranked the No. 82 player in the class according to 247Sports.


If you missed what the NFL Noles did over the weekend, make sure to catch up here. On Monday night, Seminoles’ alum Chris Thompson continued his amazing season for the Redskins.

Elsewhere in the NFL, kicker Graham Gano is working through a knee injury, and the Panthers are bringing in other kickers just in case.

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Florida State women’s hoops got another big commitment from four-star post player Valencia Myers. Myers is 6’3 and is the No. 40 player in the class 2018, according to ESPN.