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Florida State football, recruiting news: Brian Burns might go top ten

Also, Dan “I’m The Cool Stepdad” Mullen takes some shots at Florida State

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2020 three-star defensive lineman Timothy Brown put out his Top 13 schools yesterday, and the Seminoles were amongst the bunch:


Enjoy this nice clip of Cam Akers and Brian Burns going back and forth about who the best Marvel character is (Burns is arguing for Deadpoool, Akers for Thor):

Dan Mullen, aka the living embodiment of Skechers Shape-Ups, cracked some wise while visiting Daytona:

(Jokes on him, he had to spend at minimum four hours of his day in Daytona.)


Florida State baseball kept their winning ways going, taking down Stetson 10-4 for their seventh win in their last eight games.

Currently, D1 Baseball has the Seminoles as a three-seed playing in Nashville; Baseball America has the same seeding for Florida State, albeit a different location (College Station, Texas.)


Meghan King became just the third Seminole in school history to notch 100 wins, earning the century mark in a 4-1 win over Troy Wednesday night.


As you might’ve seen in our mock NFL draft tracker, Brian Burns is getting top ten love, with most drafts placing him somewhere between the 8-12 range. Regardless of the spot, if he ends up being selected in the first round he’ll be the sixth Seminole in the last five years to do so, joining Derwin James, Jalen Ramsey, Jameis Winston, Cam Erving and Kelvin Benjamin.

Other Sports:

Sophomore John Pak is one of 15 finalists for the Haskins Award, presented to the best collegiate golfer. He’s putting together one of the all-time great Florida State golfing seasons, earning four wins to vault to second-place in school history with five total and currently holds what would be a program-best 69.17 scoring average.

The Florida State women’s golf team will head to Auburn to kick off NCAA Championship play, where they’ll be a regional three-seed.

Here’s a nice profile on senior Seminole sprinter (say that five times fast) Andre Ewers.

A foam technology developed by Florida State engineers could be the key to making helmets more efficient for football players.

Florida State University doctoral student Marshall Thompson won the Marc Sanders Prize in Philosophy of Religion, winning $10,000 award and the privilege of getting the paper that won published in the Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Religion journal.