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Florida State football, recruiting news: A win-win for the Seminoles

Plus, FSU offer a 4-star defensive tackle.

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Florida State basketball avenged their season-opening loss with a dominant win over the Pitt Panthers.

Ahead of FSU’s rematch with Pittsburgh, Craig Meyer of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette put out a great article on Leonard Hamilton.

Hamilton himself joined Jim Rome to discuss how good he thinks his squad can be moving forward:

Could two ’Noles be off the board in the first round?

And while Kawhi Leonard is not a ’Nole, FSU great and fellow Powerade guy Odell Haggins, would appreciate this move from the NBA All-Star:


The head coach of Madison County had high praise for FSU linebacker coach Chris Marve:

FSU will host coaching socials throughout the months of March and April, allowing high school coaches to attend practice in the morning and meet with the staff in the evening:


Florida State has officially offered a 4-star defensive tackle, Victory Vaka, out of California. Vaka is rated the 15th best DT in the country, but is in the top-5 for coolest name— and, he’s not 2-5.

Other Sports:

Our Brett Nevitt reviewed the film from opening weekend, and their is quite a lot to like about some of the newcomers to FSU Baseball’s pitching rotation.

He was also there to cover Florida State’s victory over in-state foe USF in their first midweek matchup on the year.

Florida State League of Legends holds steady in this week’s top 10:


Former FSU Hoops star and current Minnesota Timberwolve was in Tallahassee for last nights game and he has clearly missed Cimarron dearly:

Super Bowl Champion Nigel Bradham was released by the Philadelphia Eagles:

Bradham has been a mainstay on the Philly defense for the past 4 years, staying relatively healthy until this year when he missed 4 games due to injury. His release is more due to the money it frees up with Bradham scheduled to make $8 million next year. At just 30 years old, the former ’Nole shouldn’t have a problem landing with another squad should he decide to continue playing.

Brooks Koepka showed off his PGA Championship around the Bay Area: