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Florida State football, recruiting news: Spring, football and pollen is in the air

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Plus, the baseball team gets a big mid-week win

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Recruiting:

Incoming 2019 linebacker Kevon Glenn was impressed by FSU’s musical selection for this tweet, Gunna’s “Big Shot”:

Recent UGA commit Carson Beck took the time to explain how he leveraged his Florida offer into a Georgia one.

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Football:

Florida State’s second day of spring practice was underway on Wednesday, and here’s a quick recap of it from Tim Linafelt of Seminoles.com.

Willie Taggart took the time to comment on some of the position changes on defense, including Levonta Taylor and Jaiden Lars-Woodbey.

Our Austin DeWitt wrote up some notable quotables from running back Cam Akers’ media availability yesterday.

Basketball:

The sixth-seeded Seminoles women’s basketball team kicks off ACC Tournament play tonight at 8 p.m. against 11th-seed Duke.

Get more smarter at basketball and read Michael Rogner’s breakdown of Tuesday’s men’s win over Virginia Tech if you haven’t already.

Other Sports:

No. 11 Florida State baseball moved to 11-0 after a come-from-behind win over the University of North Florida.

The No. 1 ranked softball team (23-1) lost its first game of the season vs. Grand Canyon, ending a 28-game win streak that included last season’s national championship, but rebounded with a win immediately after.

Florida State women’s swimmers Nina Kucheran and Ida Hulkko are headed to the 2019 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships; both are competing in the 100 breast and Kucheran is also swimming in the 200 breast.

Here’s a nice profile on Seminoles beach volleyball player Madison Fitzpatrick, Tallahassee native and Lincoln High alum.

The FSU College of Law Moot Court Team, comprised of second years Carlos Gomez and Ryan Nicholas, won first place at the 2019 William B. Bryant-Luke C. Moore Civil Rights Moot Court Competition, with third-year Rima Nathan also taking home the title of best oralist.

Alum:

Derrick Brooks, already in the Pro and College Football Halls of fame, is now set to be inducted into the National High School one.