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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU baseball makes good use of their day off

Making the best of a rainy day in Omaha.

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While poor weather in Omaha saw some games postponed, FSU baseball paid a visit to the Children’s Hospital of Omaha to try and brighten up the day a little bit:

Despite falling to Michigan 2-0, Monday was an incredible night on the mound for FSU baseball:

The ’Noles will start their loser’s bracket run with Texas Tech on Wednesday night. FSU will be the home team and RHP Conor Grady is slated to start:

On the other side, sophomore Bryce Bonnin will take the hill for the Red Raiders:


FSU RB Cam Akers looks like he is ready for a bounce back year in a video running backs coach Donte Pimpleton shared of Akers power cleaning 315 pounds...for reps. Thats, uh, pretty good:


2021 Rickards defensive end Christopher Thomas Jr. seemed to enjoy his time on campus:


Former FSU receiver P.K. Sam isn’t happy that Clemson holds the “Wide Receiver U” title, but is confident receivers coach Ron Dugans will help FSU challenge their rival for the title:

Former FSU football player Tank Carradine has bounced around the NFL, but hopes his newest team, the Miami Dolphins, are the perfect opportunity.