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Florida State football, recruiting news: The battle for offensive linemen continues

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Plus, the GOAT celebrates another year on earth with us mortals.

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Football:

Our own Brian Cocolicchio dives into the the highs and lows of the last decade of FSU football and how it stacks up against some historically great squads.

Good on Janarius Robinson, who handed out 100 backpacks to students in his hometown:

A big congratulations to Dontae Lucas on the birth of his child:

Other conferences are beginning to announce their schedule plans for the upcoming season. It’ll be 9+1 for the Big 12:

The Sun Belt is moving forward with the original schedule, but not requiring teams to reschedule potentially canceled games:

With both the ACC and Big 12 allowing for one non-conference game, Kelly Quinlan of Yahoo Sports expects both conferences to schedule several games with the AAC:

Recruiting:

FSU offensive line coach Alex Atkins has the ’Noles in the top-5 for 2021 OT prospect Rod Orr.

Stay up to date with all things recruiting in Tomahawk Nation’s recruiting thread.

Other Sports:

Excuse me while I make the same joke every one else did, but a happy 40th birthday to FSU Hoops head coach Leonard Hamilton:

And whether he wanted it or not, he got a special rendition of “Happy Birthday” from his players:

While the Marching Chiefs wont be allowed to perform live this year, there are talks of having halftime shows either streamed or pre-recorded in an attempt to make Saturday’s in Tallahassee as close to normal as possible.

Alumni:

Cam Akers is going to make this electric blue look like a blur going past defenders:

The new LA Rams running back got to work in his new threads for the first time as the team begins workouts:

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I’ve always enjoyed re-watching pregame speeches. Here’s a good one from EJ Manuel before the ’Noles hung over 500 yards of total offense on NIU in the Orange Bowl: