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Florida State football, recruiting news: Four Seminoles are headed to the Super Bowl

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Florida State wraps up #WestCoastNoles recruiting weekend.

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Alumni:

Timmy Jernigan, Ronald Darby, Patrick Robinson, and Nigel Bradham. They have three things in common. They’re Florida State Seminoles, they’re current Philadelphia Eagles, and they’re headed to the Superbowl.

After Minnesota scored on its opening drive DBU alumnus Patrick Robinson took matters into his own hands:

Ronald Darby makes the key block to get him into the end-zone.

159. That’s how many homes Warrick Dunn has provided now:

Football:

Florida State is one of five teams with nowhere to go but up this off-season; unlike in some other places * cough * Gainesville * cough * 7-6 is the floor in Tallahassee.

Cam Akers was left off this list of the best 25 returning players in College Football which would be fine if that same list didn’t have Cece Jefferson on it.

Some sad news out of Coral Gables. Miami CB Malek Young ’s football career is over due to a spinal cord injury; godspeed in your recovery young man.

The road is clear for Joshua Kaindoh; he just has to put the pedal to the metal.

Recruiting:

James Foster is the top QB target on FSU’s board and you could argue that no singular prospect has benefited more from the Early Signing Period than him.

#WestCoastNoles

From left to right that’s 4-star top 100 WR Jalen Hall, Early Enrolle Jaiden Woodbey, and 4-star TE/WR recent commitment Camren McDonald.

4-star in-state DE Andrew Chatfield, another talented in-state edge rusher that previous staff ignored enjoyed his visit to Florida State. His family accompanied him which shows that it wasn’t just a trip for fun:

Basketball:

Here’s how Men’s Basketball got back on track in the ACC with a road victory over Virginia Tech.

Behind one of the best defensive performances of the season in all of College Basketball; 12th ranked Women’s Basketball stunned No.2 Louisville at Louisville.