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Florida State football, recruiting news: Noles have to capitalize on Syracuse’s terrible offensive line

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Plus, a new 2022 offer goes out

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 18 Pitt at Syracuse Photo by Gregory Fisher/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Recruiting:

Florida State offered 2022 safety and linebacker Dasan Mccullough, adding to his list of offers that includes Georgia, USC, Michigan and Florida.

Football:

Syracuse has an offensive line that is just terrible, giving up the nation’s worst sack total (35) and yards from sacks (225). Florida State, which hasn’t registered a sack in two games, will be looking to take advantage of that.

Here’s all of the defensive interviews from Wednesday if you missed them, from defensive coordinator Harlon Barnett, defensive back Levonta Taylor and defensive linemen Cory Durden, Cedric Wood and Janarius Robinson,

Florida State icon Ron Sellers will be honored as part of the 2019 ACC Football Legends class.

Basketball:

Former Florida State hoopers Jonathan Isaac and Dwayne Bacon both had themselves a nice opening night:

Soccer:

No. 5 Florida State women’s soccer will take on No. 3 North Carolina on the ACC Network tonight, starting at 7 p.m. Last year, FSU and the Tar Heels faced off for both the ACC title and national championship, both of which were won by the Seminoles. FSU has won six of its last seven ACC games.

Other Sports:

Florida State’s men’s tennis team will kick off ITA Southeast Regional play tonight in Gainesville, competing alongside FAMU, FGCU, Stetson, Florida, UNF, FAU, USF, UCF, Miami (FL), Georgia, Georgia State, Georgia Southern, Miami, Kennesaw State, and Mercer.

Florida State cross country runners Elizabeth Funderburk and Kasey Knevelbaard were both named ACC Performers of the Week.

Florida State’s going to be receiving an Undergraduate Research Award for, ahem, “recognition of its exemplary programs that provide high-quality research experiences for undergraduates.”