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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU posterizes Louisville, takes first place in ACC

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Is a 2-seed in the cards?

NCAA Basketball: Louisville at Florida State Melina Myers-USA TODAY Sports

Update: FSU’s baseball game against Jacksonville has been postponed

Other Sports:

Before FSU’s top ten showdown with Louisville the ’Noles climbed to No. 6 in the polls. A lot was riding on this game — win against the ACC’s first-place No. 11 Cardinals and FSU would itself be in first place in the ACC, though Duke is still in control of its own destiny.

With the eyes of the college basketball world once again fixated on Tallahassee, FSU rallied from a double-digit deficit and destroyed posterized a tough Louisville squad who had their hearts set on revenge to the tune of 82-67.

How they did it is truly remarkable. And they did it in front of an electric crowd that rivaled anywhere else in the country, as (one of) our basketball analyst Matt Minnick confirmed post-game with none other than Jay Bilas. It’s official — Hamsterdam is a hit. Oh, and they did it in front of none other than Bill freakin’ Murray!

Tomahawk Nation has the best baseball coverage around — Brett Nevitt goes inside the box score of FSU’s sweep of Cincinnati as the program rises in the polls accordingly, and some hardware was earned:

Meanwhile, the program picked up its 17th commitment of the 2021 class, moving it into sixth place in the country.

FSU’s Esports team notched a win against Michigan State:

Football:

Janarius Robinson updated everyone on the reconstruction of his home yesterday. It’s been 16 months since it was destroyed by Hurricane Michael and the rebuild is well under way.

FSU will also be holding walk-on tryouts:

Recruiting:

Class of 2022 QB commit Chad Mascoe put in some work getting better:

Class of 2023 athlete Shawn Russ Jr from Dunbar High School was extended an offer:

2023 defensive end recruit Derrick Leblanc will visit FSU soon:

Alumni:

Brooks Koepka’s Charity Foundation helped raise nearly half a million dollars to help Hurricane Dorian relief efforts: