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Florida State football, recruiting news: NFL bound ’Noles named All-ACC

Plus, some recognition for the best college basketball coach in the game.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 26 Syracuse at Florida State Photo by Logan Stanford/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images


Yesterday the All-ACC teams were announced, with FSU corner Asante Samuel Jr. being the lone Seminole to make the First-Team:

Samuel Jr. was the leading vote-getter among all defensive players:

Marvin Wilson was recognized on the Second-Team All-ACC:

Jarvis Brownlee Jr, who didn’t make any All-ACC teams, is using it as a goal for next year:

It’s once again the time of year where Clemson’s Brent Venables’ name is on the shortlist for big-name coaching jobs just for the long-time defensive coordinator to inform the Tigers he’ll be returning:


Leonard Hamilton earned a well-deserved nomination to the Naismith Memorial basketball Hall of Fame.

Our own Mr. Rogner took a look inside the box score and what contributed to an off night for FSU Hoops.

As the Seminoles get a welcomed break before their bout with Clemson, Leonard Hamilton, Balsa Koprivica, and Anthony Polite reflected on the team’s performance in their win over Gardner-Webb.

Another positive update on UF basketball’s Keyontae Johnson as he has been released from the hospital in time to spend Christmas with his family:


Check out the latest Sunday Golds podcast for an exclusive interview with FSU baseball’s Mike Metcalf and a breakdown of this years recruiting class:


An unprecedented year, extra eligibility, and an unprecedented amount of players in the transfer portal could leave hundreds of players with nowhere to go:

With the season over, FSU has switched its focus to fining the recruiting class strong and you can keep up with all things Tribe 21 in our recruiting thread.


The future continues to look bright for the ever-positive Jon Isaac, who recently signed a 4-year $80 million dollar extension with the Magic:

Snubbed from the Pro Bowl, but Brian Burns will be terrorizing quarterbacks for years to come:

After finally breaking out over the past few games, former FSU running back Cam Akers has unfortunately been sidelined with a high ankle sprain. The tricky injury is expected to keep him out at least through next week. Here’s hoping the rookie running back can return to form for his team by the playoffs:

Graham Gano has been one of the best kickers in the NFL this season: