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Florida State Football, recruiting news: Cam Akers earns ACC honors

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The future looks bright.

NCAA Football: Miami at Florida State Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

Football

Follow updates on Jimbo Fisher’s press conference ahead of this week’s game against the No. 4 Clemson Tigers.

FSU rookie running back Cam Akers earned some ACC honors after his huge game against Syracuse.

Here we go again. The rumors are back about Jimbo leaving for a potential opening at Texas A&M. Still early in the game but Fisher’s name has been dropped multiple times, including by ESPN’s Paul Finebaum.

Take a look at some of the images coming from the Seminoles first home win against Syracuse.

PLOT TWIST! Just kidding, another noon kick off for the ‘Noles on their final home game against Delaware State.

Keeping an eye on the enemy: while the Miami Hurricanes haven't begun their normal spiral of a season (sadly), they’ve lost a major defensive piece this week in Demetrius Jackson.

Recruiting

The class of 2018 quarterback race has continued to show surprises. Here is an update of how the pieces have fallen into place since Winter 2015.

Check out the most recent update of major FSU targets in action on Friday night here.

Alumni

Catch up on all NFL ‘Noles happenings here.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Dirk Koetter announced that FSU star alum Jameis Winston will be out for the following weeks with a shoulder injury.

Winston may have been pulled from the game with a should injury, but that sure didn’t stop him from getting scrappy on the field with Saints’ Marshon Lattimore.

The fight between ‘Noles favorite Jalen Ramsey and the Cincinnati Bengals’ AJ Green has basically become a meme at this point. Most think Ramsey didn’t deserve to get ejected, but here are a couple reasons as to why it happened.

The ‘Noles 2013 championship-winning receiver, Kelvin Benjamin, was recently traded to the Bills.

Other Sports

FSU Women’s basketball began their season at home with a win against Colombus State. Sophomore guard Nausia Woolfolk shot 6-6 and scored 18 points for the Seminoles.

The Seminoles soccer team is heading to the NCAA tournament as a No. 4 seed. They will begin their championship title hunt against Ole Miss on November 10th at the Seminole Soccer Complex.