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Florida State football, recruiting news: Could it be 1 versus 2 in Atlanta this fall?

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ESPN’s Mark Schlabach released a post National Signing Day version of his preseason Top 25 & Alabama and Florida State are 1 & 2 respectively.

The Seminoles open the season against Alabama in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game in Atlanta in what is shaping up to be one of the best opening-weekend games in college football history. FSU has landed the ACC's top-ranked class in each of Jimbo Fisher's eight seasons in charge

Florida’s Defensive Backs Coach is off to the NFL.

NFL Insiders says that Leonard Fournette & Dalvin Cook will battle it out for Rookie of the Year Honors (Insider)

From Number 1 to Number 130 Bill Connelly has ranked every team in Division 1 FBS football.

Things continue to look worse with each new report about the Baylor situation.

The top lawyer at National Labor Relations Board issues an opinion this week that could have ramifications across the entire country.


Kansas football did what?!

Defensive Tackles Coach, Odell Haggins, is 247Sports’ ACC Recruiter of the Year.

Josh Newberg of 247sports put in 5 way too early Crystal Ball predictions (VIP).

Recruiting in the state of Florida is about to get crazy.

Florida State’s national brand is leading to it becoming a 5-star destination.


What a difference a week makes; after two blowout victories the Seminoles are in prime position in the ACC. Dwayne Bacon set a new career high in points in the blowout victory over Clemson.

FSU’s NCAA resume got a big boost in the arm this week:

FSU is 2 seed in CBS’ most recent edition of Bracketology.


Although his team didn’t win the Superbowl Devonta Freeman once again showed up when it mattered most totaling 121 total yards and the game’s first touchdown.

Jimbo Fisher shared a heartwarming story about Devonta Freeman at this year’s National Signing Day War Party.

At least one Seminole is coming home with a Super Bowl ring as former Seminole Tre Jackson, whom plays guard for the Patriots, albeit injured will receive a ring.