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Florida State football, recruiting news: Willie Taggart talks transfer quarterbacks

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Also, a pair of Seminole games now officially have start times

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Recruiting:

Florida State extended an offer to three-star offensive lineman Michael Rankins on Wednesday:

Football:

Rejoice, for Florida State’s home opener will not be a dreaded noon game. Instead, the Seminoles will kick off at 5 p.m. against the University of Louisiana-Monroe in their Sep. 7 home debut and a week later, FSU will take on Virginia at 7:30 p.m. Both games are set to be broadcast on the brand-spanking new ACC Network.

Following ACC spring meetings, head coach Willie Taggart took the time to talk new arrivals to FSU’s campus (including quarterback transfers Alex Hornibrook and Wyatt Rector, as well as freshman defensive end Quashon Fuller) as well as the overall state of defensive ends and academics.

Basketball:

After a strong showing at the G League combine, former Seminole Terrance Mann will get a chance to show out for the big leagues:

Softball:

Here’s a nice outlook of the field in Florida State’s Tallahassee Regional in the NCAA Tournament.

Other Sports:

The Florida State men’s golf team just missed out on qualifying for the NCAA Tournament, falling one stroke shy of the top five.

Want to get a little bit information on new athletic director David Coburn, specifically via the written medium? Well, today’s your lucky day!

Seminole Productions, Florida State’s professional studio production group, will be taking up new challenges to help with ACC Network broadcasting, and this piece from the FSView’s Vincent Garcia is a nice look into them.

Two FSU College of Motion Arts students, Alex McFry and William Stead, have been invited to screen their films at Cannes Film Festival.