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Florida State football, recruiting news: Two pivotal FSU games will decide the College Playoff race

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2nd-year DE Tre Lawson is no longer with the program.

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Clemson at Florida State, Florida State at Miami; these two games will decide the College Football Playoff race.

Between the Nolecast and this awesome DB preview by Tomahawknation’s Mark Sanders; you know everything you need to know about FSU’s DBs entering the 2018 season.

Defensive end Tre Lawson is no longer with the FSU program.

How high would you rank Deondre Francois coming off a knee injury?

NC State over FSU, Syracuse over Notre Dame, Boston College over Clemson? AthlonSports is predicting some pretty big upsets in the ACC this year.

ESPN’s 2018 ACC preview is here courtesy of David Hale and Andrea Adelson.


FSU fans have to like their standing in Kayvon Thibodeaux’s recruitment after reading this article.

“It’s not really about weight, really about how comfortable I am and where I see myself playing,” said Thibodeaux. “I’m not a linebacker. I’m a defensive end. If I were to choose Oregon, Alabama or USC, I would have to play linebacker, and that is something I’d cope with. But a place like Florida State, I could play defensive end. I work as a linebacker in practice, but how I feel at the end of the day, I want to play as a freshman, I want to start and thats my goal. If I can play linebacker and dominate, I’ll do that. But at my heart, I’m a defensive end.”

Four-star safety target Nick Cross says he’s committing very soon:

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Fall sports season has officially started at FSU; here’s a preview for the Soccer team in their quest to get back to the College Cup.

The first of many victories for FSU this fall:


How did Xavier Rhodes become one of the elite DBs in the NFL? By absorbing every detail possible: