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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU cancels Spring Game

Plus, where will Jameis Winston land?

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: APR 14 Florida State Spring Game Photo by Logan Stanford/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Football:

The ACC announced the cancellation of all spring sports after initially postponing them due to COVID-19. This led to the inevitable cancellation of FSU football’s spring game:

HC Mike Norvell issued a statement on the decision:

Our CoachAB kicked off our Tutorial Tuesday/Thursday series, taking a look at FSU DC Adam Fuller’s early down blitzes.

Ball may be cancelled for Spring, but FSU football’s social media team is still putting in work:

Recruiting:

Our Josh Pick spoke to current UF offensive line commit George Jackson on his impressions of the new FSU staff and the Seminoles still being high on his list.

ICYMI, he also did an extensive interview with FSU’s top commit, Branden Jennings.

Be sure to check in with the TN recruiting thread to stay up-to-date and discuss the latest in the wonderful world of college football recruiting.

Other Sports:

Trent Forrest didn’t get the ending he deserved, but his recognition as an Academic All-American tells you everything you need to know about him as a student-athlete:

Jake Lourim over at FiveThirtyEight did a nice piece on teams that could have produced ‘March Magic’ for those of us still clasping on to whatever we can of the NCAA Tournament. The Seminoles are the first team featured.

In a perfect world, Leonard Hamilton and his squad would be preparing for their first game in the NCAA tournament. Instead, he joined the Jim Rome Show to discuss the Coronavirus and it’s impact across the sport of college basketball.

Mike Martin Jr’s first year in charge has officially been cut short:

Alumni:

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have replaced former FSU QB and no. 1 overall pick Jameis Winston with 6-time Super Bowl Champion, Tom Brady:

As for Winston’s next landing spot? Crazier things have happened this year alone:

If you have a subscription to The Athletic, Bruce Feldman spoke to former ’Nole and current neurosurgeon Myron Rolle for his perspective on COVID-19 in the sports world:

A step in the right direction as Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare is setting up a drive-thru sample collection center to test for the Coronavirus: