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Florida State Seminoles

Florida State and Miami will continue to play each other annually under the new ACC scheduling format.
The Atlantic and Coastal divisions are going away for 2023.
Jarrett is a Tallahassee native, a FSU graduate, a two-time All-America shortstop for FSU and a former assistant.
The Gators and UCF might end up facing the superstar recruit. USF could have, too.
Florida’s Big Three have all dropped out of college football’s ruling class, according to The Athletic.

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  1. Florida State and Miami will continue to play each other annually under the new ACC scheduling format.
  2. Link Jarrett, seen here before a super region game last year in Starkville, Miss., went 86-32 in three seasons at Notre Dame, a .729 winning percentage that was second best in the country.
  3. The Gators and Seminoles, along with the Hurricanes, are no longer among the sport's elite programs, according to The Athletic.
  4. Haley Cavinder (left) and her twin, Hanna, announced a deal with Boost Mobile on July 1, the first day college athletes could monetize their name, image and likeness.
  5. Joseph Fahnbulleh, seen here competing for Liberia at the Olympics last year, wins the 100 and 200 meters for Florida at the NCAA outdoor championships Friday in Eugene, Ore., as the Gators win the national title.
  6. Mike Martin Jr. served on his father's staff for 22 seasons at FSU before taking over as baseball coach for the 2020 season.
  7. The Outback Bowl has a new name: the ReliaQuest Bowl.
  8. Florida coach Billy Napier starts his first season with the Gators this fall.
  9. Tyler Van Dyke and the Miami Hurricanes are the top team, according to ESPN SP+ advanced metrics.
  10. Left, Alabama coach Nick Saban yells to the sideline during the first half of a Crimson Tide scrimmage last month. Right, Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher reacts to an official's call during a game last season. Fisher called Nick Saban a “narcissist” on Thursday after the Alabama coach made comments about the Aggies using name, image and likeness deals to land their top-ranked recruiting classes.
  11. Mike Norvell and the Seminoles will have at least two primetime games this season.
  12. Will Anthony Richardson join the Georgia player trying to sack him here (No. 1 overall pick Travon Walker) in the league next year?
  13. Florida State edge rusher Jermaine Johnson was the Seminoles' lone first-round NFL draft pick Thursday night. His selection is a promising sign for FSU's future.
  14. Lucas Krull played at Florida before transferring to Pitt. He's a potential Day 3 NFL draft pick.
  15. Florida coach Billy Napier finished his first spring with the Gators.
  16. Mycah Pittman showed flashes of potential at Oregon and will try to build on them after transferring to FSU.
  17. Running back Trey Benson carries the ball during Florida State's annual spring game Saturday at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee. Benson, a transfer from Oregon, rushed seven times for 77 yards.
  18. Florida State running back Lawrance Toafili, a Pinellas Park High alumnus, is expected to emerge with a bigger role coming out of spring football.
  19. Kansas' Ochai Agbaji, second from left, celebrates with Jalen Wilson (10), Remy Martin (11) and K.J. Adams (24) after their win against Villanova in the Final Four on Saturday at New Orleans.
  20. South Carolina coach Dawn Staley  lets loose while cutting down the net following her team’s win over Creighton in the final of the Greensboro Region on Sunday to advance to the Final Four for a second straight season.
  21. Miami's Kameron McGusty tries to get past Kansas' K.J. Adams during the first half of their NCAA Tournament Elite 8 game Sunday in Chicago.
  22. Mar. 26• Florida State Seminoles
    Miami's Isaiah Wong, left, is congratulated by Kameron McGusty (23) after making a shot and being fouled during the second half of the Canes' victory over Iowa State in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament Friday in Chicago.
  23. Sue Semrau was the longest-tenured head coach in the Atlantic Coast Conference and Florida State’s all-time winningest coach.
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