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Florida State football, recruiting news: One legend returns, another departing next year

Is it the right move for the program?

FSU baseball head coach Mike Martin will soon step down.
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Florida State Football legend Derrick Brooks was back in Tallahassee on Monday. Wide receiver Nyqwan Murray posted this picture to his instagram story.

Many Seminoles fans may not remember Ron Sellers, but it doesn’t mean they can’t relive his historic game that made it as our No. 77 play in FSU football history.


Four-star defensive end Curtis Fann is making a stop in the capital city this weekend.

Also, WR/CB Emeka Egbuka enjoyed his visit while sporting the Garnet and Gold...and black.


Former Seminole Jalen Ramsey made it as No. 17 on the NFL Network’s top 100 players of 2018. He walks the walk, and certainly talks the talk.

In case you missed it, Florida State alum Brooks Koepka won his second consecutive US Open on Sunday. Koepka became just the fourth golfer since World War II to win two US Opens before the age of thirty. The other three? Ernie Els, Tiger Woods, and Jack Nicklaus.

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FSU baseball head coach Mike Martin will step down after the 2019 season. After which, a national search for the next head coach will follow.

Seminoles athletics made the announcement late Monday afternoon.

Is a victory lap really the best thing for Martin, the baseball program, and the athletic department? Here’s our take.

Meanwhile, FSU women’s hoops just welcomed #Tribe18 to campus today.