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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU will be country’s fourth most-talented team in 2018

Baseball opens the season with a sweep over Xavier.

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According to CBS Sports FSU’s roster in 2018 will be the fourth most-talented roster in the country behind Georgia, Ohio State, and Alabama. And yet they tend to float in the 15-20 range in most preseason rankings. Could college football media be over-correcting for FSU’s disastrous 2017 season; what do you think?

With the departure of Derrick Nnadi, Jalen Wilkerson, and Josh Sweat there are snaps available for FSU’s talented group of incoming freshmen defensive linemen.

Former Florida coach Jim Mcelwain could be headed to Ann Arbor.


The first Junior Day of the Willie Taggart era went very well for Florida State but the only commitment came from a sophomore.

5-star Alabama offensive Tackle Pierce Quick has been offered by FSU and he might take a visit to the ’Noles

5-star FSU cornerback commit Akeem Dent and several other high-priority FSU targets have punched their ticket to this year’s Nike Opening event:

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Three up, Three down FSU completes the sweep over Xavier.

All the momentum from the Clemson victory could’ve been wiped out yesterday vs. Pittsburgh but FSU basketball took care of business...eventually and they continue their march towards March Madness.

In a match-up of ranked teams tonight, 6 PM, on ESPN2, Women’s Basketball will take their four-game winning streak to Cameron Indoor Stadium:


Derrick Nnadi is likely to hear his name called on Friday in this year’s NFL draft but Thursday night during the first round isn’t out of the question: