Florida State Seminoles defensive end Brandon Jenkins injures his foot, but it doesn't appear to be serious.
Regardless of their records, the Gators and Seminoles play before dozens of big-name recruits every year.
Several players in Saturday's game between Florida and Florida State came down to picking one over the other in recruiting.
Though the Trojans might benefit if Florida State releases the star 2013 linebacker from his letter of intent, they know what kind of moral dilemma FSU coach Jimbo Fisher is facing.
Juco OT Jermaine Eluemunor knew little about football when his family emigrated from London to the United States in 2009. But he's a quick learner, and nearly every top program in the country has taken notice.
Getting the chance to play QB at FSU is a dream opportunity for J.J. Cosentino. Now, the 2014 commit is ready to lead a few more prospects to the Seminoles.
FSU missed on several big-time offensive line prospects in the 2013 class. Those problems and the Seminoles' depth have forced the FSU staff to change its OL recruiting philosophy.
FSU welcomes a new ace recruiter in Tim Brewster. He's new to the Noles, but his recruiting pedigree speaks for itself.
After reviewing the state of the FSU football team, there are needs to address and some must-get players in the 2014 class to meet them.
Freshmen haven't had much impact in Jimbo Fisher's tenure at FSU, but with depth thin at spots, certain members of the 2013 class have a chance to shine.
The Seminoles have seven impact players who could opt to leave early for the NFL. Who will stay and who will go? David Hale examines the prospects for each.
Defensive tackle Leonard Williams is the latest in the long line of Florida freshman who have instantly made an impact at USC.
Tracking Florida State Seminoles commits and targets for the class of 2013 and providing updates on FSU recruiting.
There's still plenty of movement on the Seminoles' depth chart to be made before the games kick off Sept. 1. Here is David Hale's look at 10 camp battles worth watching.
Slowly but surely, Florida State is venturing into unfamiliar recruiting territory -- not just the insular state of Alabama, but points as far as Connecticut and North Dakota.