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Florida State football, recruiting news: Spring student-athletes set their clocks back a year

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Tomahawk started a weekly athletic newsletter — you can sign up for it here. One can expect original content, exclusives, and (we’re so sorry) jokes.

How can the ACC improve its football product without adding teams? There are a few ways to do that; which one is your favorite? Is the league even in need of re-alignment?

The best football player in Florida State history march madness bracket enters the round of 32.

How FSU, driven by Coach Norvell, is using virtual reality to help develop its quarterbacks (VIP).

Norvell and staff are doing the best they can to adapt to the situation and stay on the kids:

Donte ‘The Pope’ Lucas made this list of five OL who could breakout in 2020.

Some love for FSU’s running backs coach: goes one-on-one with Jordan Young.

Lars-Woodbey continues his rehab/workout:

Tamorrion Terry believes a turnaround is just around the corner:



Don’t miss out on the conversation — the official #Tribe21 Recruiting thread.

FSU target and legacy Julian Armella earned his fifth star. Will FSU be able to land the blue-chip offensive tackle?

State of Recruiting: Wide Receivers are up next. A chance to get familiar with potential targets and recruits.

Other Sports:

The NCAA Div. I council voted — all spring sport athletes will be given an extra year of eligibility. That means dozens of FSU senior student-athletes will have the opportunity to return if they choose to.

That includes Baseball, who played their very first game 72 years and just a few days ago:

That’s not the only historical marker:

An oral history of the last game at Alfred A. McKethan Stadium:

By one account, FSU has three of the top 100 pitchers in college baseball:

Well, have you?

Trent Forrest was named a defensive All-American:

Dick Vitale has been a huge ’Nole basketball supporter this whole season, and he’s a firm believer the Men’s team would have reached the Final Four:

Women’s Basketball coach Sue Semrau is excited about Morgan Jones:

It was MJ Walker’s birthday over the weekend:

I’ve watched this 30 times:

Remembering good times:



Who you got?

Checking in with Christ Koumadje:

Q is handing out scholarships:

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy enters and weighs in on the Jameis Winston/Peyton Manning comparisions:

Canal Street Chronicles, SBNation’s New Orleans Saints blog, had a pre-draft interview with Levonta Taylor.

Meanwhile, Alec Eberle is helping Gabe Nabers put up some good workout numbers in the hopes it will attract NFL teams:

After Derwin James smoked Michael Vick in Madden...

Keenan Allen ain’t thrilled about being matched up with the All-Pro defender in a new tournament for COVID-19 relief:


A message from the university president:

Former ’Nole Jonathan Isaac jumped at the chance to help his community via Project Life, and Tomahawk had the chance to ask him about his efforts helping the most vulnerable among us deal with COVID-19.

Florida State is contributing to the fight against COVID-19

Myron Rolle, a former Florida State All-American is now a neurosurgeon resident:

Charlie Ward’s daughter is also helping out:

Applauding everyone who is pitching in to help: