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Florida State Football, recruiting news: Seminoles lose offensive coordinator, best defensive player in one day

That’s Monday for you.

Former offensive coordinator Walt Bell speaks with the media prior to a practice in October.


Breaking news came early in the evening on Monday, when it was announced that FSU offensive coordinator Walt Bell will be leaving his position in Tallahassee to accept the head coaching job at UMass.

According to Noles247, Bell was looking for a way out from FSU for some time.

Immediately after the announcement, there was speculation as to who could replace Bell at the position, although no official announcement has been made.

Just over an hour earlier, Seminoles defensive end Brian Burns declared for the 2019 NFL Draft.

The number one recruit in the nation for 2019 took to Twitter as he reacted to Burns declaring for the draft.

With that, here’s the updated tracker of who’s staying and who’s leaving for Florida State football.

One of FSU’s most promising players, Khalan Laborn, is back to running at full speed after an ugly knee injury during the Samford game in week 2.

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