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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU prepares for the Blue Devils

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So far it looks like this one might actually happen.

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

Football:

For a while it seemed like another Florida State football game might not come in 2020, however the season is moving forward with Duke traveling to Tallahassee and the Triple Option squad has got the preview of this battle of two-win teams.

Despite being in the midst of a lost season, with the Seminoles still playing regular season games while others prepare for the postseason, the FSU coaching staff has been impressed with the teams mentality heading into the final two weeks. We caught up with the coaching staff and some offensive players to talk rebuilding culture and the foundation of a winning program.

There are high hopes for Hamsah Nasirildeen heading into the draft process after injury derailed his final year for the Seminoles:

Recruiting:

Florida State offered a 2022 blue-chip wide receiver out of South Carolina, who is also the cousin of a former ’Nole.

ICYMI: It was one in and one out for Tribe 21 as Mike Norvell secured a late commitment int he form of a blue-chip outside linebacker, but lost the pledge of a long-committed 4-star receiver.

The FSU staff looks to be trying to fill the vacancy by offering 2021 JUCO receiver Quamon Davis.

You can stay up to date with all things crootin’ in Tomahawk Nation’s recruiting thread.

Other Sports:

FSU Softball is once again doing their part in the community, securing gifts for under privileged children this holiday season:

A pair of FSU golfers are set to tee off in the 75h annual U.S. Women’s Open this Thursday:

Alumni:

If you’ve followed along this NFL season, you might know that the Panthers finally started utilizing Brian Burns and he’s been having a monster second year. You can cast your Pro Bowl votes for Spider Burns by tweeting #ProBowlVote+Brian Burns as many times as you want: