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Florida State football, recruiting news: Asante Samuel, Jr. enters the NFL Draft

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The bright spot on FSU’s defense is taking his game to the next level

Don Juan Moore

Football:

Asante Samuel Jr.’s FSU career is over. The junior CB gave FSU everything he had and will now turn his focus towards getting healthy for the NFL Draft.

No one is more upset about these postponed games than FSU (unless you ask illogical Clemson fans). These games (or lack thereof) are having a profound effect on FSU’s athletic department.

If FSU can get its opponents and the ACC to agree you’ll be looking at a lot of December football next month.

Coach Bowden was last week’s guest for FSU’s weekly sod talk.

Sarah Fuller made history and Amari Gainer noticed:

The ACC is on pace to have two teams make the College Football Playoff.

Recruiting:

It was legacy recruits and childhood favorites that turned recruiting around for Jimbo Fisher in 2010 & 2011. Can the same thing occur for Mike Norvell in 2022?

Four-star 2022 OT Aliou Bah has FSU in his top eight.

FSU is hoping to keep another offensive tackle from Niceville in state.

Top defensive tackle target Tywon Malone will decide in February; he hasn’t really started the process yet.

Other Sports:

CY might be the most lovable member of FSU’s basketball program aside from Ham.

Can’t wait until he gets on campus:

Unfortunately football was not the only sport to suffer a postponement this weekend:

Alumni:

Devin Vassell has signed his contract with the Spurs.

Cam Akers had his best day as a Ram yesterday: