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FSU football, recruiting news: NCAA transfer rules change

Just how much does it change the game?

NCAA Football: Florida State Spring Game
A player can now transfer without getting permission from their university.
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The NCAA just got rid of a rule that gave schools all the power when it comes to transferring. How much will it change the game? SBnation breaks it down.

FSU legends returning to talk to the program is always a special occasion. This latest homecoming was no exception.

There are only four schools in the nation that had a winning record in every head-to-head sport in the 2017-2018 year. Two Florida schools are on the list, and none of them are the Gators or Hurricanes.

After our No. 82 play in Florida State football history, fans had a feeling that the 2013 Seminoles might be destined for a national championship run.

Robert Cooper will now be rocking Derrick Nnadi’s old number. Safe to say the expectations have been set high.

FSU’s opponent in the home opener, the Virginia Tech Hokies, have a new safeties coach. Could the addition possibly have a big impact on Willie Taggart’s coaching debut?


A majority of #Tribe18 has made it to campus. Take a look at the whole class, and how the newest additions will fit in.


Former Seminole Jalen Ramsey shared his journey to the NFL in a video feature.

Devonta Freeman continues giving back to the community with his fourth annual football camp this summer in Miami.

The second day of Bengals mini camp is in the books, and a former FSU wide receiver is turning heads.

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Florida State softball just won a national championship, but they received a No. 3 vote in the season’s final rankings. Wait, really?

Just a few weeks have passed since Mike Martin decided to stay with Drew Parrish after 109 pitches and a two-hour rain delay with the season on the line. Now Parrish’s family, FSU recruits, and former players are weighing in on the move.