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Florida State football, recruiting news: Could FSU be the ACC’s top defense?

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Plus, a schedule change for the Seminoles.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 21 Louisville at Florida State Photo by Logan Stanford/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images


Wide receiver has been a source of plenty of talent for the Seminoles in the past few years, but only Tamorrion Terry has really broken out. Our NoleThruandThru previewed the 2020 crop to see what we can expect from the FSU pass-catchers.

You won’t have to wait all the way until Labor Day Monday in 2021 to watch the ’Noles on opening weekend as their season kickoff against Notre Dame was moved back to Sunday.

Could FSU surprise and vault to one of the best defenses in the ACC under Adam Fuller?

Being one of the top defenses in the ACC would say a lot considering the preseason hype pointing towards the conference being one of the most defensively talented in college football:

It’s certainly not the start that Mike Norvell envisioned, but the first-year head coach spoke with former ’Nole Danny Kanell about some of the hurdles he might have to face:

Conditioning looks a whole lot different than it did last year—heck, a few months ago— but, these are still some great shots:

A good sign for the FSU defense as Jaiden Lars-Woodbey hit the practice fields without a brace:

FSU appears to be taking all necessary precautions, but If you’re down for being sad, you can read about the ever-growing likelihood that we won’t be watching college football in 2020.

FSU DC Adam Fuller had Javon Gopie, nicknamed “The Sack Sensei” meet with the team. This the first i’ve heard of Gopie, but i’d entrust my life to anyone with that cool a nickname:

FSU’s presence in the community continues by way of a player-led “adopt a school” program, raising money and donating supplies to local Riley Elementary.


As always, check in on the Tomahawk Nation recruiting thread for your daily dose of crootin’ news.

Other Sports:

Too easy for Trent Forrest in this throwback clip against Minnesota:


For hoops star Jon Isaac is back on the court at the NBA Bubble in Orlando:

He’s also back on the lake, grabbing himself a nice bass. The bubble can’t be so bad.

Devonta Freeman remains unsigned four months after being cut by the Falcons, and after yesterday it looks like he will be looking for new representation. Freeman was close to a deal with the Seahawks, but wanted more than a 1-year deal. With plenty of big names up for new deals and depth needed across the league, one would think Freeman will find his way onto a roster at just 28 years old.