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Florida State football, recruiting news: All eyes on the offensive line — how good can they be in 2019?

Setting the tone for what’s to come

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: APR 06 Florida State Spring Game Photo by Logan Stanford/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images


The team got a rude but hilarious wake up call yesterday:

And as Tim Linafelt writes, the team set the tone yesterday with the timeless Oklahoma Drill:

And they did it to the equally timeless Knuck If You Buck.

That’s important because today will be the first day the team will wear full pads:

“Always looking forward to full pads,” Taggart said, his voice raising a couple ticks. “That’s when, these questions y’all ask, y’all will get some good answers after that.”

Freshman offensive lineman Dontae Lucas also had some time with the 1s, and Linafelt also wrote about offensive tackle Jauan Williams and the multiplicity of the defense. All eyes are on the offensive line, as FSU will go as they go this year. Confidence will be key.

With Tamorrion Terry out, the young receivers have been stepping up.

Head coach Willie Taggart also spoke after practice about the first few days of camp.

Check out the full sights and sounds of Monday’s practice here:

Also, some photos from yesterday’s practice:

Despite the issues with the offensive line last year — or maybe because of them? — FSU was one of the most aggressive offenses in the country last season.


Four-star running back Lawrance Toafili has set his commitment date:

Other Sports:

The XVIII Pan American Games are underway in Peru, and several current and former track and field ’Noles are competing.

The Seminoles Swimming team added an associate head coach.

Women’s Tennis adds a volunteer assistant coach.


There’s only one Sebastian Janikowski, the living legend who spawned a hundred nicknames and myths, and he effortlessly launches our top 100 players countdown into the atmosphere at 26.