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Florida State football, recruiting news: Build your best 2010s All-ACC Team

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Only 9 days out from kickoff, but really, who’s counting (the exact minutes and seconds)?

Recruiting:

Florida State Seminoles football continues to push on the recruiting trail when it comes to the Class of 2022 — check out our running thread of the prospects who have received the latest swaggy graphics from the recruiting department.

If you’ve got questions on the players that FSU is currently pursuing, or on any previous commits, head to our Florida State football recruiting thread.

Football:

Yesterday, we spoke with head coach Mike Norvell, defensive end Joshua Kaindoh and defensive back Jaiden Lars-Woodbey. Each spoke on the process of prepping for game week against Georgia Tech, with Kaindoh and Lars-Woodbey both speaking on the differences in prep between this year and last.

Marvin Wilson is continuing to leave his mark on Florida State, a reason why he choose to return to the school in the first place.

After processing the fact that Dalvin Cook is not listed here, how would you assemble your team?

Florida State Seminoles football continues its Seminole Legacy series with offensive coordinator and quarterback coach Kenny Dillingham:

Duke Blue Devils center Jack Wohlabaugh is out indefinitely after tearing his ACL.

Hang another banner baby:

Some NFL Noles updates:

Basketball:

A cool story on former FSU basketball player Ron King, a member of the 1972 Florida State Seminoles team that lost the championship to UCLA (Frank wanted me to make sure to mention that they cheated) who recently retired.

A happy belated birthday to former Florida State Seminoles and current Seattle Storm hooper Natasha Howard:

Time for some quick flexing:

All Sports:

Florida State track and field assistant coach Keith Herston was named Team USA Horizontal Jumps assistant coach for the 2021 World University Games.

Igor Alabugin, a professor at FSU’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in the College of Arts and Sciences, was selected for the 2021 Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award for excellence in organic chemistry.

Florida State University is one of 14 universities from around the globe that have collectively been awarded $12.5 million from the National Science Foundation to launch a new five-year project to pioneer a new genes-to-ecosystems-to-genes framework for understanding the connections between small-scale microbes and large-scale ecosystem changes