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Florida State Seminoles

Quarterback Bryce Young and Alabama are No. 1 in the preseason AP Top 25 for the second straight season.
The Crimson Tide’s preseason No. 1 ranking is the seventh in 15 years under coach Nick Saban.
The Seminoles are entering a make-or-break third season under Mike Norvell.
Times voter Matt Baker is high on Utah, low on Tennessee and has one state team on his ballot.
Do the Seminoles and Hurricanes meet the Power Two’s expansion criteria?

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  1. Florida State football coach Mike Norvell addressed reporters after Friday's practice in Jacksonville.
  2. Tyler Van Dyke and the Miami Hurricanes are the only state team in our writer's preseason Associated Press top 25 rankings.
  3. Would Florida State make sense in the Big Ten?
  4. American Athletic Conference commissioner Mike Aresco, seen here at a previous media day, has concerns and questions about college football's future.
  5. Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren talks to reporters during the Big Ten Conference media days, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
  6. FSU coach Mike Norvell is entering his pivotal third season with the Seminoles.
  7. Atlantic Coast Conference commissioner Jim Phillips answers a question during ACC media days Wednesday in Charlotte, N.C.
  8. Atlantic Coast Conference commissioner Jim Phillips speaks during ACC media days Wednesday in Charlotte, N.C.
  9. Bucs quarterback Tom Brady (12) faces pressure from the Chiefs defense during Super Bowl 55 at Raymond James Stadium on Feb. 7. Super Bowl Sunday annually is the most overhyped day on the sports calendar year, but still draws a massive global audience.
  10. LSU coach Brian Kelly went 3-2 against Florida State when he was at Notre Dame. The Seminoles face the Tigers on Labor Day Weekend.
  11. Florida State left-handed pitcher Parker Messick struck out 144 batters and walked just 18 during his redshirt sophomore season.
  12. Parker Messick recorded 289 strikeouts in 200 1/3 innings during his Florida State career, while walking just 43 batters.
  13. Florida State fans are waiting for the next move in conference realignment.
  14. FSU's Mike Norvell, left, Miami's Mario Cristobal, center, and the Florida Gators' Billy Napier, right, will try to lead a Big Three renaissance. [AP Photo/Phil Sears; AP Photo/Lynne Sladky; LUIS SANTANA | Times]
  15. Florida State, Florida and Miami have all fallen on hard times since the glory days of the Big Three.
  16. Miami's Warren Sapp, left, Florida State's Derrick Brooks, center, and Florida's Danny Wuerffel, right, were among the superstars who played for the Big Three in the state's glory days. [AP Photo/Jeffrey Boan (1995); Times files (1994); Times files (1997)]
  17. FSU football fans have a right to feel anxious as the latest round of conference realignment begins.
  18. Florida State's offensive line, including Dillan Gibbons, left, is poised for an improved season.
  19. Florida State and Miami will continue to play each other annually under the new ACC scheduling format.
  20. 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.
  21. The Gators and Seminoles, along with the Hurricanes, are no longer among the sport's elite programs, according to The Athletic.
  22. 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.
  23. 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.
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