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And a blue chip wide receiver visits the ’Noles.

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Clear your schedule for the week, FSU is taking over:

The Gonzaga Bulldogs have opened as a seven point favorite over Florida State in their Sweet Sixteen matchup Thursday night.

And Gonzaga is looking for revenge for getting bounced from last year’s tournament by the Seminoles, also in the Sweet Sixteen and as a favorite.

This team is no stranger to disrespect, but they boast a winning record over other Sweet Sixteen teams and absolutely belong.

The Tallahassee Democrat looks at the last five years of FSU Men’s basketball, the culture change, and what they’ve been able to accomplish.

As Phil Cofer mourns the loss of his father, he’s not expected to make the trip to play Gonzaga. The team dedicated their game against Murray State, and the rest of their season, to Cofer and his family.

The Women’s basketball team may have lost and seen their season come to an end, but what they’ve been able to accomplish this season has been nothing short of remarkable and bodes well for the future:

The national Softball RPI rankings have been released and a familiar face is at the top:

The Men’s baseball team has struggled recently, but after a solid week they’ve moved up the polls. They will take on the Florida Gators tonight in Jacksonville.

Recruiting:

A composite four-star receiver at IMG Academy recently visited FSU:

A former composite four-star defensive end from the 2016 class is transferring from the Florida Gators:

Football:

Defensive tackle Robert Cooper gave some time back to his elementary school:

Alumni:

Brian Burns has visits scheduled with every NFL team picking in the top ten of the NFL Draft:

Even if the top teams pass on him, this two round mock draft has Burns not waiting long to hear his name called.