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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU using second bye week to regroup

“We are getting better, not to be confused with good.”

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It’s Tuesday, so we heard from Mike Norvell and the FSU offense who touched on everything from reverting back to poor habits against Louisville to preparation as they head into the bye week.

There is still time to submit all your FSU questions to our bye week mailbag. We’re answering all your pressing questions across our different platforms.

In case you missed it, FSU’s matchup against Pitt on November 7th is scheduled to air on ACC Network at 4pm. Because there’s nothing like the new gameday tradition of having a few cocktails and trying to figure out which service is streaming the game.

Jaiden Lars-Woodbey has been named a 2020 Wuerffel Trophy nominee:

Not much of a surprise as ESPN’s David Hale and Andrea Adelson have just one Seminole, Asante Samuel Jr, in their mid-season All-ACC teams. Was anyone left off?


FSU offered a blue-chip running back with an NFL bloodline and impressive offer list.

Stay up to date with all thing recruiting in the Tomahawk Nation recruiting thread.

Other Sports:

With fall ball in full swing, Mike Martin Jr. spoke to the media and provided updates on the state of ’Noles baseball.

The dates, times, and streaming options have been announced for the annual Garnet and Gold series.

Be sure to check out our new baseball discussion thread to talk everything from FSU baseball to the MLB.

Andy Katz is preaching what FSU basketball fans have been for some time, the Seminoles are consistently the most underrated program in the country.

You can also stay up to date with FSU hoops in the FSU basketball discussion thread.


Being called soft by Derrick Brooks changed Vince Williams’ mindset. His message to current players? Stop tweeting, start eating:

After nabbing an interception on Monday night, Jalen Ramsey now needs pajama advice:

FSU continues its academic rise as one of the preeminent public universities: