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Florida State football, recruiting news: Wrapping up the 2020 FSU football season

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Plus, FSU Basketball falls in their first ACC road test.

Miami v Florida State Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images

Basketball:

FSU Hoops’ first ACC road game didn’t go as planned with Leonard Hamilton’s squad falling to Clemson 77-67.

Football:

Easing the pain of the basketball loss—even if just a little bit— was Miami losing at the same time on a TV station everyone gets. Have a look at Cheez-Its getting stuck in Mike Gundy’s mullet. It might make you feel better:

The Triple Option and Seminole Wrap crew come together to form a super team and break down the entirety of FSU’s 2020 season.

Jashaun Corbin is already putting in work on the recruiting trail for the Seminoles, working out with a class of 2032 speedy running back. In all seriousness, kudos to Corbin for putting in work with a young fan and making his day:

And another pretty cool gesture, this time from FSU linebacker Amari Gainer:

Congratulations to the fresh batch of FSU graduates:

A look back at some of Scary Terry’s best moments:

Recruiting:

Keep up with the latest in Seminoles recruiting in Tomahawk Nation’s recruiting thread.

And it’s transfer portal season:

Other Sports:

With 52 days left until FSU baseball, our Brett Nevitt highlights shortstop Vince Smith, a freshman with a veteran presence at the plate that could crack the lineup for the Seminoles.

Bianca Jackson and Kourtney Weber are two of the best from the charity stripe in the ACC:

Alumni:

There’s nothing wrong with a little throwback and this Terrence Brooks interception generated some discussion in our Slack yesterday about it possibly being one of the most athletic plays we’ve ever seen an FSU DB make. Where does it rank for you?

With the first-round bye clinched, Derrick Nnadi is looking to pad his stats with some fullback assists. Who says no?

Jalen Ramsey has some thoughts, likely brought on because of the recent release of Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins, and he has a good point: Many people are quick to point out the mistakes of others while their own journey was far from perfect:

Vince Williams chimes in on the most stressful quarterbacks he has ever had to play against, having gone up against Philip Rivers just last week: