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Noles News: 73 days until Florida State football season

Plus, NIL compensation gets a little closer

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


On the newest episode of Seminole Wrap (which is aiming to take on more of a recruiting focus), we break down the latest Florida State Seminoles football recruiting moves, including an interview with recent 2022 linebacker commit Omar Graham Jr.

2022 Florida State quarterback commit AJ Duffy has started a personal blog alongside SI detailing his journey over his senior year.

To get daily updates on all of FSU’s recruiting moves, head to our Florida State football recruiting thread.


The NCAA is punting the ball on making an actual concrete decision on Name, Image and Likeness legislation, basically telling states, “uh, y’all got this right?” by introducing a waiver that negates compensation penalties.

Offensive line coach Alex Atkins continues to show why he’s an essential part of the FSU staff:


If you ever want to kick it and talk FSU hoops or even NBA basketball, head to our basketball thread.

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Current Florida State soccer player Gabby Carle and former Nole Casey (Short) Krueger are set to represent Canada and the United States, respectfully, as alternates in the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.

Florida State swimming alum Emir Muratovic was selected to compete at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo for Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 100m free.

Florida State tennis has announced the addition of transfer Lesedi Jacobs who spent the previous four seasons at the University of Kentucky. As a sophomore and junior, Gibbons combine to post a 20-12 record in dual meets in singles and an 8-6 record in SEC play.

Florida State’s Bob Braman was named the ACC Men’s Outdoor Coach of the Year while Seminole senior Isaac Grimes was named the ACC Men’s Outdoor Field Performer of the Year and freshman Ruta Lasmane was named the Women’s ACC Freshman of the Year.

The Florida Board of Governors approved a resolution during its regular meeting Wednesday recognizing Florida State University President John Thrasher’s exceptional achievements and service as the university’s 15th president — while also confirming the selection of Richard McCullough, vice provost for research at Harvard University, as Florida State University’s 16th president.