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Florida State football, recruiting news: Tamorrion Terry is FSU’s offensive MVP

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Women’s Soccer wins National Championship!

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Football:

As decided by the coaches this year’s offensive MVP is Tamorrion Terry; the redshirt freshman was one of the few bright spots of Florida State’s offense:

Jaiden Woodbey was named Freshman of The Year:

Bobby Bowden was released from the hospital following a health scare.

This year’s post-season won’t feature FSU but there are still plenty of good bowl games to go around.

Do you have a winner for every match-up?

The CFP executives say no playoff expansion for now. (Hopefully forever)

Are you ready for the ACC Network?

Other Sports:

Soccer has done it again, National Champions.

Basketball takes on Troy tonight at the Tuck:

Recruiting:

Here’s what the recruiting board looks like at linebacker, offensive line, and quarterback.

Should FSU suffer attrition; they’re going to need another quarterback.

Four-star miami commitment Avery Huff is one of the more underrated players in the country and he has set up an official visit to Florida State.

“I just had the in-home visit with FSU. It was great. Coach Woodie was mostly talking to my parents on the visit.”

After the in-home visit, Huff will likely make it up to Tallahassee in the coming weeks to check out Florida State for an in-depth visit.

“Yeah I’m going to visit and take my parents with me. It will be an official visit. I’m trying to take care of everything else before I take visits.”

Alumni:

Derwin James put on absolute show last night on Sunday Night Football in the Chargers’ victory over the Steelers:

Jameis Winston was the Buccaneers’ leading rusher yesterday and now he’s their all-time leading Touchdown passer.