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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU posited as Goliath vs. Alabama State

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Plus, a Stoops tells a recruit he isn’t coming to FSU.

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Recruiting:

Three-star Largo Pinellas Park running back Lawrence Toafili is still sticking firm to his Florida State commitment, though he says he’ll be taking official visits (no word on how many or to where, though.)

2020 offensive lineman John Young, a Kentucky commit, says Mark Stoops assured him he’s not going to Florida State.

Former Florida State running back and current NFL rushing leader Dalvin Cook is doing his part to feed kids over the holiday season:

Football:

SP+ has FSU as a 44-point winner over Alabama State:

Alabama State head coach Donald Hill-Eley has apparently been reading the story of David and Goliath, amongst other biblical stories, to pump up the Hornets ahead of Saturday’s game.

Heisman winner Chris Weinke was inducted into the Florida Sports Hall of Fame on Wednesday.

The latest Nolecast touches on FSU’s coaching search, Odell Haggins’ decision making, recaps Boston College and previews Alabama State.

Basketball:

The No. 12 Florida State women’s basketball team won big over Jacksonville Wednesday, with senior guard Nausia Woolfolk putting up 22 points and five steals in the 75-41 victory.

The No. 9 player in the country officially signed with FSU men’s hoops, as five-star wing Scottie Barnes signed his letter of intent to play some #HamBall.

Jonathan Isaac continues to evolve his dual-threat basketball talents:

Baseball:

Tomahawk Nation newbie Brett Nevitt continues his fantastic baseball preview coverage, touching on FSU’s recruiting prospects for 2020 hitters and pitchers.

Softball:

On Saturday, the Florida State softball team will take on the Gators in the Florida Fall Classic, and then follow that up with a game against the USSA Pride, Brevard’s professional team that features former Seminoles Alex Powers, infielder Jessie Warren and pitcher Jessica Burroughs.