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Florida State football, recruiting news: What does the Miami game being postponed mean for FSU?

FSU slips in the polls despite not playing a game.

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What exactly does FSU’s Miami game being pushed to October seventh mean for FSU? Tomahawknation’s David Visser has the answer.

FSU managed to slip one spot in each poll despite not suiting up this past weekend; one has to wonder if they’ll fall again after not playing this upcoming weekend either.

Why is Derrick Nnadi so good? Because he used to be a wrestler.

Commissioner John Swofford has a plan in place if league games need to be canceled but it’s still very premature for that.


A trio of top blue-chip prospects, Dax Hollified, Jaylen Waddle, and Houston Griffith had to reschedule their official visits for this upcoming weekend.

FSU commit Marquez Ezzard’s senior season is off to a really strong start:

Linebacker commit Amari Gainer has been unstoppable on the edge.

Stud linebacker target Channing Tindall is pushing his decision back due to the effects of Hurricane Irma and he had some nice words to say to those affected:


Some bad news for former Seminole Ronald Darby as he suffered a serious ankle injury in his debut vs Washington.

Check out this incredible Pick-6 by Lamarcus Joyner:

Chris Thompson signed a new contract and promptly delivered the most impressive touchdown of the young season:

At least one MVP voter thinks that Jameis Winston is going to win the MVP this year; speaking of Jameis he had a message of support for the victims of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma: