2021 four-star Chief Borders, a Florida tight-end/athlete commit out of Georgia, got an offer from Florida State yesterday:
2021 four-star offensive lineman Laurence Seymore, a Miami commit, will be visiting Tallahassee in January.
The Florida State football coaching staff (sans what appeared to only be head coach Mike Norvell and head coach emeritus Odell Haggins) came out heavy to support FSU hoops last night (spoiler alert for the next section: FSU beat Virginia.)
Speaking of coaches, here’s a good piece on new director of high school relations Carlos Locklyn.
Coach is doing a GREAT job! Followed him and within minutes he responded to me w a personalized message! Didn’t have to do that for a little HS coach in Ms but left an impression on me! https://t.co/wYaR4TBPHg
— Dillon Mitchell (@D_Mitchell91) January 15, 2020
And speaking of Mike Norvell, somebody bring the man to Nic’s Toggery please:
If you want to get ahead on getting your hopes way, way, way up for no good reason, you can buy your spring game tickets now.
The No. 9 Florida State men’s basketball team staked its claim as the best in the ACC with a dramatic (if the basketball equivalent of paint strategically and efficiently drying can be dramatic) win over Virginia at home last night.
With his seven assists, Trent Forrest passes Charlie Ward and is now 8th all time at FSU. His four steals pushed him past James Collins and he’s now 6th all time
— Basketball School (@MichaelRogner) January 16, 2020
Washington State and Florida State’s eSports teams will be facing off tomorrow at 7:45 p.m., in what I think is a Rocket League match? (Rocket League is a game where you use cars to try to get a giant ball in a net, like a G-rated Twisted Metal combined with soccer.)
Florida State’s College of Communication and Information, College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, College of Education and College of Business all have online graduate programs ranked in the nation’s top 20.
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