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Noles News: FSU has 8 teams in top 10

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Plus, a little educational scheme talk to keep you entertained

Victoria Allen of No. 3 women’s tennis team via FSU Sports Info

Recruiting

2022 prospect Jayden Bellamy, a 6’1 175-pound cornerback from West Freehold, NJ with a high 3-star rating earned a Florida State offer.

There’s been a lot of action on the FSU recruiting trail lately — most of it not too good to see if you’re an FSU fan. Head to our Florida State football recruiting thread to catch up on the latest, ask our recruiting staff questions and join the conversation.

Football

How does Mike Norvell make his off-balanced formations go boom? Our Kevin Little dives deep in his latest XsandNoles.

A pair of NFL Noles react to league changes that will allow more flexibility with numbers:

Basketball

All Sports

Florida State currently has nine of its current ten spring sports ranked, with two teams ranked No. 1 and eight total in the top ten:

Four Florida State track and field athletes (Jo’Vaughn Martin, Adriaan Wildschutt, Maudie Skyring, Ruta Lasmane) were named as ACC performers of the week. Martin and Wildschutt earned Men’s Co-Track Performer of the Week, Skyring was named Women’s Co-Track Performer of the week, and Lasmane earned Women’s Field Performer of the Week.

While the men’s tennis team is unranked, it won its opening-round matchup vs. Boston College, and now faces fifth-seeded Notre Dame tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. The Seminoles beat the 34th-ranked Fighting Irish 6-1 in Tallahassee.

The women’s tennis team is entering into the ACC Tournament on Friday with its highest seeding in program history, the same day that the No. 1 men’s golf team takes the links in search of an ACC title.

The No. 9 ranked softball team will take on Louisville in a three-game series this weekend.

The Florida House of Representatives recognized Florida State University President John Thrasher during its session Wednesday in honor of his outstanding achievements and service during his tenure as the university’s 15th president.

Florida State University Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience Aaron Wilber and researcher has been awarded a $2.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study sleep-related brain function in Alzheimer’s disease.