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Noles News: Jermaine Johnson makes history

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: NOV 20 Florida State at Boston College Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images


With the Early Signing Period done and senior film coming out expect a fresh round of offers to go out for various members of the class of 2022:

3-star wide receiver Charles Robertson of Louisiana is currently committed to ULL.

What’s next for FSU in the portal?

Mycah Pittman released this YouTube video in which he went in-depth on his decision to leave Oregon. There’s a lot to learn about the young man here:

Xs and Os featuring Kevin and CoachAB broke down the film and talent of some of the newest Seminoles whom should be arriving on campus with the next few weeks.


Jermaine Johnson made history:

Alabama is implementing new safety protocols due to covid-19; hopefully the rest of Bowl season remains unaffected by the pandemic.

Iowa center Tyler Lindebaum donated $30,000 to a children’s hospital due to his NIL proceedings.

Earlier this month Dillan Gibbons’ Big Man Big Heart Foundation sponsored a Christmas Shopping spree for the kids. NIL is a huge win for athletes; especially the athletes that love giving back to their community.

Other Sports:

Today’s game against UNF was postponed on Sunday due to uptick in covid-19 cases.

That means that Men’s Hoops will be on break until next Wednesday and that marks the end of FSU’s non-conference schedule.

After today’s contest vs. Kent State was canceled the next Women’s Hoops takes the court will be vs Wake Forest on the 30th.


After last night’s game Dalvin Cook has now rushed for 1,000 yards in three consecutive seasons and the Vikings are in the playoff hunt.