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Noles News: Is Florida State a top 50 team this season?

And Mike Norvell has lofty praise for QB Jordan Travis.

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Mike Norvell’s Florida State Seminoles football program offered Walled Lake, Michigan linebacker prospect Aidan Vaughan late Monday night:

Vaughan’s currently committed to Air Force and isn’t ranked on the 247 Sports Composite List, but 247 has him as a 3-star after recently picking up offers from the Louisville Cardinals, Maryland Terrapins, Minnesota Golden Gophers, Syracuse Orange, West Virginia Mountaineers, and Wisconsin Badgers. It’ll be interesting to see if Adam Fuller and the Florida State staff can convince him to visit Tallahassee.

Other LB names to know (as of now) are current LSU Tigers commit DeMario Tolan (Orlando), and Daniel Martin (Marietta, GA).

FSU QB commit Chris Parson got some love Sunday in Nashville when the Tennessee Titans beat the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs:

A potential transfer name to know (early mutual interest):


FSU won its third straight game with a convincing 59-3 victory over Walt Bell’s Massachusetts Minutemen. The Seminoles now shift their focus to Dabo Swinney’s struggling Clemson Tigers, who are still double-digit favorites in Death Valley this weekend.

Crazy times, huh?!?

The Triple Option crew takes a look back at last weekend’s game and gives a preview of this week’s game, as well:

Tommy Mire was at Tuesday’s practice, and he shared some observations:

Norvell spoke to the media afterward, and he had some extremely lofty praise for starting quarterback Jordan Travis.

Speaking of starters:

How to watch this weekend’s game:

Is Florida State currently a top 50 team? Brian Fremeau’s FEI ratings say so, but they also have the Florida Gators in the top 10, so...

FSU fans like polls, right?

How do y’all feel about the new OT rules (which came to light with the Illinois Fighting Illini’s upset over the Penn State Nittany Lions, which was best described as a children’s bowling contest with all the “gutter balls”)?

The Atlantic Coast Conference is nothing, if not interesting:

FSU is clearly DBU:


Leonard Hamilton & Co. landed an under-the-radar and long point guard Monday:

Here’s Bembry’s announcement:

Is FSU done with high school prospects this class? For this discussion and more, join us in our hoops chat:

NFL Noles

Max Escarpio has you covered with his weekly “Noles in the Pros”:

Great work by Jalen Ramsey and the Los Angeles Rams:

New York Giants kicker Graham Gano shared a cute video:

#Tally2Cali continues in the NFL:

NBA Noles

Charlton “CY” Young is pumped for some young Noles in the NBA already showing promise.

Toronto Raptors rookie Scottie Barnes:

Los Angeles Clippers wing Terance Mann:

Dwayne Bacon has found a new home (at least I think that’s what’s going down here):


Join us in wishing FSU’s star LHP Parker Messick a happy 21st birthday (how about that fishing pic?):

Speaking of FSU pitchers:

Tomahawk Nation and FSU fans are fortunate to have the best college baseball beat reporter/writer in Brett Nevitt, and we can’t wait for baseball season!

Women’s Sports

The women’s soccer team had a rough week on the road, drawing with the North Carolina Tar Heels, before dropping their first game of the season Sunday to the Duke Blue Devils, but the Lady Noles are back in Tally to face the 2nd ranked Virginia Cavaliers, and they’re “whiting out” the Seminole Soccer Complex:


FSU sports schedule for the week:

Meanwhile, men’s golf alums Hank Lebioda, John Pak, and Chase Seiffert are playing in Bermuda on the PGA TOUR this week.