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Florida State football, recruiting news: Everyone is undefeated in May

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Brooks Koepka is the best golfer on the planet.

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Football:

247’s National Analyst Charles Power joined 247’s podcast to discuss what he likes about Kendal Briles can bring to FSU’s offense.

Everyone is undefeated in May and Willie Taggart is really excited about the work the team is putting in heading into the summer:

Our players have been working really hard. Our team’s been coming together the way we want it to. Really excited about this summer.” These guys have been working. They understand and are really helping build a culture that has won here. Going to Year 2, we always talk about you’re getting better, or you’re getting worse. You don’t stay the same. I think we’re getting better in every aspect.”

In case you missed it FSU will have two of its opening three games on the ACC Network:

Bill Connelly’s FSU preview is here; you probably wont read a better more informed non-TN preview all off-season.

Recruiting:

Local three-star tight end Sage Ennis’ dream has come true; he has been offered by Florida State.

“It’s crazy,” Ennis told Noles247.com on Sunday immediately after landing the offer. “So surreal and it’s just an amazing moment.

“It means a lot,” Ennis added. “Childhood dream come true.”

3-star offensive lineman Richard Leonard has set a decision date; is FSU about to add another talented offensive lineman to its recruiting class? (VIP)

Emanuel Rogers is a 6’5 300lb DT on the rise and he’s a big fan of Odell Haggins.

“I think I’m going to go on official visits to Florida State and Tennessee,” Rogers told 247Sports during an on-site interview Friday before quickly noting that he doesn’t have dates set for those trips just yet.

Rogers, who recently earned a fourth star and saw a significant bump in the rankings, visited Tallahassee back in April. He said that the Seminoles recently sent defensive line coach Odell Haggins to his school.

”I love Coach Odell,” he said.

Other Sports:

A dramatic comeback over South Carolina and a sweep of its regional means that FSU Softball is hosting the Supers.

FSU Softball made history on Saturday; honestly this was insane to watch live.

After dropping the series to Louisville:

FSU knows its path in the ACC tournament.

Alumni:

Brooks Koepka is your back-to-back PGA champion and he’s now won four majors in 23 months.

Make no mistake about it; Brooks Koepka is the best golfer on planet: