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Florida State football, recruiting news: Which ACC team is set up for the biggest letdown in 2017?

FSU has 15 ACC titles since joining the league 25 years ago.

Clemson v Florida State Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images


FSU’s chief rival in the ACC, Clemson, might be set up for a big letdown year according to Stewart Mandel:

the Tigers do need to be productive and take some pressure off the defense when facing capable opponents like Auburn, Louisville and Florida State. And if they struggle, it might not be solely due to the new quarterback. Clemson will also be without first-round receiver Mike Williams, productive tight end Jordan Leggett and underrated running back Wayne Gallman.

So, given all that … I might end up picking Clemson to go a measly 9-3. I know — so bold

If you had to pick the funniest Seminole you might go with Dontavious Jackson, Demarcus Christmas, or even Jacob Pugh.

Since FSU joined the ACC in 1992 no one has won more titles than Florida State.

The debate for preseason No.1 is hot; Nick Saban has cast his public ballot for FSU but is that the right answer?

The message is clear for Kevin Sumlin; you better win.

Speaking of the Hot Seat there are at least seven other programs that could fire their coach this year.

Auburn to the SEC East? Who wouldn’t want to compete in the easiest division in the Power 5?

Florida State University; that’s Latin for #EverythingSchool:

Which totally makes sense because the everything school tends to compete in prime-time match-ups.


No surprise to Florida State fans but the best high school players reside in Florida:

The elite 2019 Georgia Prospects will be visiting FSU this weekend again.

Dorian Gerald, maybe the top JUCO prospect on FSU’s board, has narrowed his focus:

Recent FSU commit, Jashuan Corbin, has made his debut in the rivals top 250; coming in at No. 166

“Corbin is a big-framed back that does a lot of different things well. He can be effective on sweeps and will bring versatility to FSU's recruiting class.” - Cassidy

Other Sports:

Congratulations are due to Alex Powers:

Four Seminoles earned NFCA All-American Honors from the Softball team.

16 Seminoles are headed to Eugene, Oregon for the Track & Field NCAA championships; including Football’s Carlos Becker.


The Sunshine Scooter isn’t done yet as ESPN has signed Lee Corso to an extension.

Dalvin Cook has signed a four-year deal with Minnesota Vikings: