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Florida State football, recruiting news: Former Seminoles compete at the NFL Combine

Men’s Basketball needs to beat Boston College to cement tournament status.

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Rick Leonard, Ryan Izzo, Auden Tate, Derwin James, Tarvarus Mcfadden, Derrick Nnadi, Jacob Pugh, Matthew Thomas, and Josh Sweat will all be participating in this year’s NFL Combine. You can track all of their results throughout the weekend right here.

In the latest edition of ‘The Chase’ Coach Woodie is about competing for championships:

The year’s spring game continues its throwback theme; this time in the end zone:


The nation’s top junior college offensive lineman, 4-star Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu, has been offered by Florida State:

4-star safety Nick Cross from Dematha Catholic High School in Hyattsville, MD was left breathless by this news:

Former Seminole offensive tackle Brock Ruble is also from Dematha Catholic High School.

FSU needs a bunch of linebackers for its 2019 class and so far Willie Taggart has cast a wide net for the position.

After signing four offensive lineman in the 2018 class Willie Taggart isn’t letting up on that position group for the 2019 class.

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After two consecutive road losses Men’s Basketball is trending in the wrong direction in terms of tournament projections but are still firmly in the big dance.

It’s ACC tournament time tonight for the 11th ranked Seminoles:

Meanwhile 5th ranked Baseball has its undefeated record on the line in a three-game series vs. UNC-Asheville:


With the Chiefs trading Marcus Peters to the Rams and the Rams possibling losing Trumaine Johnson to Free Agency; Lamarcus Joyner’s contract has become a huge priority for the Los Angeles Rams. Lamarcus Joyner is set to make $11 million for 2018 if he’s tagged with the franchise tag before March 6th.

Kelvin Benjamin is finally healthy after off-season surgery.