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Nike doesn't want Jimbo Fisher's son wearing an Under Armour sweatshirt

After Florida State beat Miami last November, ABC cameras captured a sweet moment of Jimbo Fisher’s son Ethan jumping into his fathers arms.

Ethan, who is battling the rare blood disorder Fanconi anemia… 314 more words

NCAAF

Florida State (over)loading up on QB recruits in 2015

It is amazing what a national championship can do to a program’s recruiting production. Just take a look at Florida State, now with three quarterback recruits verbally committed for the Class of 2015. 485 more words

Rumor Mill

College football's preseason No. 1 never wins the national championship

Things aren’t looking too good for Florida State.

In the last 10 years, no team that has been ranked No. 1 in the preseason Amway Coaches Poll… 176 more words

NCAAF

Tight end Nick O'Leary preparing for a huge send-off season at FSU

When FSU tight end Nick O’Leary is home he works out daily at Lou Raffaele’s Peak Performance gym in Palm Beach Gardens.

O’Leary goes through a fast-pace, high-endurance workout working on his shoulders, abs, biceps, triceps and back. 586 more words

Tom D'Angelo

Bobby Petrino going through the ESPN "Car Wash" today

Bobby Petrino and 6 other ACC coaches will appear on ESPN today and go through what they call the “car wash.” Basically that means they will appear on nearly every show ESPN has to offer, from SportsCenter to their talk radio shows. 39 more words

Louisville Cardinals

Tallyho in the Squat, a raucous Southern comedy about life, love, and rabbit smuggling by Asa Ingram (Review)

Bill Gulledge never thought rabbit smuggling would change his life.

When Bill graduates with an English degree in the precarious 2009 economy, he returns to his… 635 more words

Book Reviews

Jameis Winston Suspended From Baseball, Ordered to Pay $32 For Stolen Crab Legs

This April, Jameis Winston shoplifted some crab legs from a Publix supermarket.

Winston is the youngest player ever to win the Heisman Trophy, and only the second freshman to do so. 269 more words