Adam Schefter talks to FSU’s Brian Burns about his pro potential, where he sees himself playing in the NFL, his unique personality on the field and much more.
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The 2019 class is loaded with prospects who get after the quarterback. Here's how each wreaks havoc on the offensive line to get sacks.
- Georgia gets series with Florida St. and Clemson
- Wisconsin QB Hornibrook transferring to FSU
- Maryland flips safety Cross from Florida State
- Noles again fail to sign QB; Taggart has 'plan'
Georgia's scheduling of home-and-home series with Clemson and Florida State improves the nonconference schedule for the schools.
Miami, Florida and Florida State have all gotten new coaches over the past two years and are at different stages as they try to climb their way back to the top.
The Tide, LSU and Oklahoma are all in line to sign a top class. But what about UCLA and USC? And can Mack Brown and Mike Locksley work their recruiting magic again?
Alex Hornibrook is transferring from Wisconsin to Florida State, the quarterback announced Sunday. Hornibrook said last month he would transfer after graduating from business school in May.
Which true freshman will break out? Where have all the quarterbacks gone? Is it Oregon's year? What's next for Ryan Day and Willie Taggart?
Florida State's program is no longer at the top of the ACC. Can a strong secondary vault the Seminoles back toward dominance?
Adam Schefter talks to 1993 Heisman Trophy winner Charlie Ward about why he chose the NBA over the NFL 25 years ago, his advice for Kyler Murray now and if he'd do things differently if he could go back in time.
Maryland has flipped ESPN 300 safety Nick Cross from Florida State.
Coach Willie Taggart tried to downplay Florida State's failure to secure a quarterback over the past two national signing days, saying the Seminoles "have a plan ... of where we want to go."
Diamond Lindsey said a statement that appeared on her Instagram account that claimed Deondre Francois "never struck me with his hand or fist" was actually not from her but from someone who hacked into her social media account.
Quarterback Deondre Francois has been dismissed from the Seminoles, coach Willie Taggart said.
Much of the 2019 recruiting class has already signed, which means coaches are directing their attention to the Class of 2020. Here are 10 programs that have already made progress with the junior class.
Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer
ESPN 300 cornerback Shilo Sanders committed to South Carolina on Tuesday. Sanders is the son of NFL Hall of Famer, Deion Sanders, and is the No. 287 ranked prospect in the 2019 class.
Clemson -- surprise! -- is the head of the class in the ACC, with many teams facing an offeason of transition.
Florida State's football recruiting department issued an apology Monday after tweeting and subsequently deleting an image of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. into a graphic containing the team's slogan to celebrate the civil rights icon's holiday.
Trevor or Tua? Tua or Trevor? Quarterback is only the start of the debates for this early look at next season's All-America team.
The 2019 season is (sadly) eight months away, but the fans, and no doubt the players, are already looking forward to the biggest games of next season.
The Alabama QB should be one of the most coveted transfers in recent memory. Could he follow Kyler Murray at Oklahoma? We break it all down.
FSU quarterback Deondre Francois, who had considered making the jump to the NFL, will return to the Seminoles for his senior season. He started 11 games as a junior.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Houston offensive line coach Randy Clements is expected to join Kendal Briles at Florida State, according to a source. Clements will oversee a Seminoles offensive line that has significantly underperformed for years, so this is a very significant hire. The two coaches go back to their time together at Baylor, and I'm told Briles wanted Clements to remain with him anywhere he ended up. It was a factor in his discussions with Tennessee. Now they both head to FSU.
Houston offensive coordinator Kendal Briles has taken the same job at Florida State.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Kendal Briles has resigned as Houston's offensive coordinator and is expected to be named offensive coordinator at Florida State, sources tell ESPN. The Athletic first reported Briles' resignation Saturday night. He coached during Saturday's 70-14 loss to Army in the Armed Forces Bowl. Briles recently agreed to a three-year contract to remain at Houston, which delayed his eventual move to Florida State. He had been in the mix for the head-coaching job at Texas State before deciding to remain at Houston.