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Miami Hurricanes get up to speed with GPS tracking devices

CORAL GABLES — The top speed of a runaway Bus, at least while it wears a helmet and shoulder pads on Greentree Practice Fields, is fairly impressive given its size and construction. 832 more words

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Florida State is college football's 7th most desirable coaching job: survey

Florida State was ranked as the seventh best job in college football, according to a survey done by ESPN’s Travis Henry.

The question was asked of several coaches: If every Power 5 job came open, which would be the most desirable. 375 more words

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Florida State continues strong pipeline to Miami-Central High with two more commitments

Florida State continues to poach important recruits from rival Miami’s backyard.

The Seminoles received commitments from two more Miami-Central standouts this weekend, 2016 DB Jamel Cook and classmate OLB/DE Keir Thomas, both pledging to Jimbo Fisher during FSU’s first junior day of the year. 183 more words

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New Florida State assistant Brad Lawing to make $400,000 per year

Brad Lawing, Florida State’s new defensive ends and outside linebackers coach, signed a three-year contract that will pay $1.2 million plus bonuses.

Lawing, who most recently coached at Florida, was hired last month to replace Sal Sunseri, who left for the Oakland Raiders. 197 more words

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Big Bend Recruiting Fair aims to open doors

Last Wednesday, Florida State football coach Jimbo Fisher hosted close to 300 fans at a special National Signing Day party at the Tallahassee Antique Car Museum. 715 more words

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Focus at Florida State now shifts to spring, quarterback battle

With signing day in the books, the attention turns to the offseason and lead up to spring football. And the focus this year will be intense because of one position. 796 more words

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Guilbeau: Staff changes should make LSU a regular top 5 recruiter

BATON ROUGE – Funny thing about recruiting. Often when a school has a great class, the head coach gets most of the credit. Yet when that school misses on a major prospect it targeted heavily, an assistant coach often gets the blame. 1,169 more words

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