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Florida State football, recruiting news: Could FSU remove the ‘interim’ tag on Odell Haggins?

Plus, FSU women’s basketball bests the Gators for the fourth straight year.

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There are certainly differences in the situations Dabo Sweeney and Ed Orgeron inherited, but this article by Andy Staples provides a argument for Odell Haggins as FSU’s new head coach. Plus, Bud Elliot provides some context on, while the move may not be successful, it could make sense for the Seminoles:

Given that FSU is in the midst of a coaching search, the latest edition of Podcast Ain’t Played Nobody is especially relevant as they discuss everything you need to know about search firms.

FSU made the top-5 for a blue-chip wide receiver and state track champion. Bonus points because he is a recent Miami decommit.

As the coaching search enters another week, fan confidence continues to dwindle.


Other sports:

FSU Women’s hoops went on the road and defeated the Gators for the fourth straight year.

There’s no better feeling than beating Florida, especially around Thanksgiving:

Leonard Hamilton is the only one among us to emerge victorious from the 10-year challenge. He is also the only Ham acceptable during the week of Thanksgiving:

In case you missed it, FSU Hoops extended their win streak to 5 with a dominant win over Chicago State. The ’Noles are hitting their stride, but the competition is about to increase drastically.

In that win, FSU’s bench went off for 64 points, more than nearly half the teams in action on Monday night scored in total.

The win streak FSU Hoops in currently riding has seen them climb in bracketology projections, the latest of which has them in a familiar spot.

FSU soccer center back Malia Berkely was named a MAC Hermann Award semifinalist. Berkely is one of 16 players in the country still in the running for the award that honors the nation’s best men’s and women’s soccer players.


Former FSU running back Karlos Williams will get a chance to rejuvenate his career join in the backfield for Toronto Argonauts of the CFL next year: