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Florida State football, recruiting news: “We are preparing for a faceless opponent”

Checking in on all things FSU while we wait to find out who the ’Noles will face off with next.

Florida State v Duke Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images


So, lets run this down:

First, FSU’s game against Duke this weekend has been canceled due to positive tests and contact tracing at FSU.

That left FSU’s remaining schedule up in the air and TomahawkNation attempted to piece it together — FSU is in a really interesting position where Clemson’s decision to return to Tallahassee or not could have ripple effects throughout the conference.

That’s important, because FSU has lost a couple home games and badly-needed revenue along with it. FSU would be extremely happy to make up a couple games in December.

Mike Norvell’s Call-In Show: We bring you relevant quotes and answers from Norvell’s Q&A last night. Norvell provided more information on the timeline and why the Duke game was canceled, and he seemed confident that FSU would have an opponent on December 12th. There was also some very interesting comments by FSU chief of staff Bruce Warwick.

Pretty objective observation if you ask me:


The official Tribe 21 Recruiting thread.

There’s plenty to talk about in the Recruiting thread as Florida State lost the commitment of a blue-chip quarterback yesterday.

An awesome look at #TheNewBreed — a group of legacy prospects who could help turn FSU around.

We also have a scouting report on recent three-star defensive back commit Shyheim Brown.

FSU also offered a pair of 2023 prospects in tight end Lawson Luckie and offensive tackle Johnny Williams IV.

Other Sports:

Fun to relive the moment!

FSU’s basketball programs are trying to start their seasons:

You won’t find better FSU baseball coverage anywhere, and there will be a bonus Sunday Golds pod this week. Get your questions in!


Cam Akers had a big day for the Rams on Sunday, and scored a touchdown to go with some long runs.

Here’s a breakdown of some of his play:

Here’s what Dwyane Bacon brings to the Orlando Magic, with his own film breakdowns.

A first look at a professional Devin Vassell: