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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU will face an improved Louisville pass rush

Plus, a pair of defenders swap positions in practice.

Louisville v Florida State Photo by Michael Chang/Getty Images


Florida State is favored on Saturday, but it looks like they will be facing a much improved pass rush from the Louisville team they played last year:

FSU running back Cam Akers has the respect of Louisville head coach Scott Satterfield, who called him one of the best backs in the country. (Also a great graphic from FSU—got to point it out when they are actually good!)

Ahead of their clash with the Cardinals, two defensive players swapped positions yesterday in practice with Leonard Warner moving to inside linebacker and Jaiden Lars Woodbey moving outside.

Florida State suffered a major blow to an already struggling defense with news that Joshua Kaindoh will be out for the season. Where do the Seminoles go from here, and who are the next guys up?

Most national outlets still have FSU bowling in December, with a possible matchup against a program they have a rich history with.

Have you listened to the latest Nolecast? Bud and Ingram go in depth on FSU’s loss to Virginia, discussing, among other things, why tempo on offense isn’t the defense’s problem.

FSU’s matchup against NC State now has a kickoff time and it is another game under the lights. Mark your calendars accordingly

Other Sports:

FSU Soccer coach Mark Krikorian, who has lead the ’Noles to two national titles, has no interest in coaching the U.S. Women’s National Team:


Not only is Warrick Dunn one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet, he has everyday problems just like us:

Jalen Ramsey could be on his way out in Jacksonville, and call me crazy, but he’s completely worth two first rounders:

Ramsey spoke to the media after reportedly requesting a trade, an it’s pretty simple: he wants to win: