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Noles News: FSU has nine teams ranked in top 15

Plus, the Seminoles head back to the practice field for spring practice

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A huge potential change and boost especially for Florida State Seminoles football recruiting could be in the works — with in-person recruiting having been prohibited for a year now, there’s potential plans in the work to life the restrictions and transition into what’s being called a “quiet dead period.”

2022 tight end Jerrale Powers, a 6’4 225-pound prospect from Duncanville, TX with offers from the likes of Arkansas Razorbacks, Colorado Buffaloes, Kansas Jayhawks, and Oregon State Beavers, received an FSU offer yesterday.


Free agency hooplah is at full speed — Jameis Winston has signed with the New Orleans Saints, and other NFL Noles are finding out the short-term NFL futures:


We’re just a few days out from NCAA Tournament action for both FSU’s men’s and women’s hoops team — if you haven’t checked out Michael Rogner and Matt Minnick’s breakdown of UNC-Greensboro, let this hype video on the plucky underdogs scare you into listening to it:


A little light-hearted jab from the underhanders to the overhanders:

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Senior Emma Terebo, sophomore Tania Quaglieri and freshman Jenny Halden of the No. 25 Florida State women’s swimming and diving team will compete in the NCAA Championships today starting at 10 am, with all sessions will be streamed via Watch ESPN.

Speaking of ranked FSU teams, the Seminoles currently have 13 programs ranked in the top 25 of their individual sports, with soccer, beach volleyball, and men’s golf all holding No. 1 rankings.

Florida State University will celebrate Homecoming Week Monday, April 5, through Sunday, April 11.

The week of festivities will include alumni events, a reverse-style parade and the inaugural Spring Alumni Awards. The week will conclude with the Garnet & Gold 4 Miler, a scenic run through campus that finishes on the 50-yard line inside Doak Campbell Stadium.

For the third weekend in a row, the Florida State University College of Law Moot Court Team has won first place in a national moot court competition—their fourth championship of the 2020-21 season.