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College Football Picks: Week 1

Full slate of games through Labor Day

Florida State athletics: End of Spring recap and final Learfield Cup standings

FSU places 16th overall.

Noles News: Doak Campbell Stadium is getting a makeover

One week left of spring practice.

Noles News: The pads come on

Five Star University strikes again on the basketball court

Noles News: Marvin Wilson named 5th best player in the ACC

Rodney Hudson gets his MBA.

Noles News: Merry Christmas Seminoles!

Who did the best job of recruiting in the state of Florida this year?

Noles News: Everything you need to know from National Signing Day

Francois was departing from FSU, and then he wasn’t.

Noles News: Who will be FSU’s new offensive coordinator?

The clock is still ticking.

Noles News: Seminoles lose offensive coordinator, best defensive player in one day

That’s Monday for you.

Florida State Football, recruiting news: Seminoles back to practice in preparation of NC State

How will the Seminoles approach defending quarterback Ryan Finley?

Noles News: Seminoles hoping to avoid an 0-2 start in conference play

How will FSU fare not the road?

Noles News: Seminoles’ defense taking shape

Plus — a decision is reached on the Urban Meyer fiasco.

Noles News: Athletic Director Wilcox leaves FSU

That, and a new nolecast.

Noles News: FSU to host fan day at Tucker Center

Time to meet the ’Noles.

Noles news: Vegas odds updated for FSU’s biggest games

How many times do they expect the ’Noles to lose?

Noles News: Dissecting the defense

Eberle’s in the news too.

Atlantic Coast Conference and ESPN officially announce ACC Network deal

The deal will lead to the broadcast of more than 1,300 live ACC events per year.

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The O'Bannon appeal decision is a minor win for both the NCAA and the athletes

With the upholding of the verdict in the O'Bannon vs. NCAA lawsuit, both the NCAA and collegiate athletes have taken home small victories. On the NCAA's side, they were able to prove (for now) that taking away the amateur status of college sports by paying its athletes would lead to a decrease in viewership and overall interest. On the athlete's side, while most schools have already moved towards providing athletes with the full cost of attendance, they will now have the power to challenge NCAA amateur restrictions in a court of law, something now possible thanks to the revocation of the NCAA's exemption from antitrust law. So who really wins?

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ESPN: Nike Signs Jameis Winston, Among Others

So much for no endorsements.