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Florida State football, recruiting news: Hurricanes are the worst

UPDATE: Football is happening, in Tallahassee!

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We’ll start things off with the most important information: our Hurricane Dorian tracker, charting movement and giving updates on the likelihood of Florida State playing Boise State on Saturday.

In summary, FHFFH.

UPDATE: We get Florida State football this weekend! In Tallahassee!


Marvin Wilson, Robert Cooper and Corey Durden are ready to hold down the Florida State defensive line in 2019.

Baveon Johnson is ready to take to heart the lessons of Alec Eberle, who told Johnson in his final game that “he failed him as a leader.”

Here’s a quick refresher on Florida State’s new offensive coordinator, Kendal Briles.

Defensive coordinator Harlon Barnett, defensive tackle Marvin Wilson, defensive back Jaiden Lars-Woodbey and defensive lineman Robert Cooper all spoke after practice Wednesday, and their interviews are here.

Wide receiver D.J. Matthews is hoping for a big season, and wants to start it off in his hometown of Jacksonville.

In a funny twist of fate, Boise State’s new starting quarterback Hank Bachmeier, a true freshman, used to be Lars-Woodbey’s eighth grade quarterback. He also played with Boise State running back George Holani in high school, played 7-on-7 with defensive tackle Jabari Watson and ran track with wide receiver Billy Bowens.

Florida State’s defense is looking to “dominate” in 2019, and is confident about doing so.


The No. 1 Florida State soccer team heads out on the road this week, taking on No. 4 UCLA and No. 5 USC in a pair of top-ten matchups.

Other Sports:

Florida State swimming just got a verbal commitment from Carson Kaufman, a high school senior from Cyprus, Texas, where she’s placed in multiple races at the state level.

Florida State is launching “The Seminole Experience,” which will focus on bringing interested parties along for tours around Florida State’s athletic facilities.