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Noles News: Honoring a legend

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Florida State announces how its honoring its program-building coach

Recruiting

September 1 marked the start of a new cycle of recruiting, where 2023 recruits were able to receive contact from coaching staffs. Our Three Stars podcast account (which has a new episode out) detailed some of the shiny new graphics:

To be up to date on all things FSU recruiting, make sure you hit our Florida State football recruiting thread, where our staff keeps you in the know on the latest.

Football

Ahead of Sunday’s season opener vs. Notre Dame, FSU has announced how it’ll be honoring former head coach Bobby Bowden — signature decals, patches on coaches uniforms and a banner bearing his legendary hat and signature.

Head coach Mike Norvell, offensive lineman Dillan Gibbons and defensive back Jarvis Brownlee spoke with the media yesterday.

Basketball

Our Max Escarpio spoke with former Seminole and current Greek basketball player Okaro White — watch the interview here.

Baseball

Soccer

No. 1 Florida State soccer takes on the Florida Gators tonight at 7 p.m.

All Sports

Florida State Volleyball returns to Tully Gym for its home tournament on Thursday and Friday, playing host to Tulane, VCU and Samford at the Four Points Tallahassee Seminole Volleyball Invitational.

Six Florida State University assistant professors have received the Florida Education Fund’s (FEF) McKnight Junior Faculty Fellowship, a program that promotes excellence in teaching and research by underrepresented minorities and women.

Aaron Rodriguez, doctoral candidate in FSU’s History of Text Technologies Program, was awarded a $99,915 Digital Humanities Advancement Grant to develop and release a beta-level app for blind and low-vision readers to enhance their accessibility to graphic and visual narratives.

Florida State University will host a COVID-19 vaccine clinic outside Doak Campbell Stadium prior to Sunday’s first home football game against Notre Dame. The first 250 FSU students, faculty or staff to get vaccinated will receive a $50 gift card good for merchandise at the FSU Bookstore and Seminole Sportshop.