Posted May 23, 2012 on
There is now a sense of "here we go again" circling Florida State, as the No. 1 team in all the land didn't finish the regular season well and lost Wednesday in the first game of the ACC Tournament.

ACC will do anything to keep FSU

Earlier I said that the only thing that could save the ACC was ESPN. When the Big XII was set to fall apart, ESPN came in and appeased Texas and held the coalition together. It doesn't appear like they will do the same for Florida State and the ACC. I think this is shortsighted on their part, but I don't think anyone in Bristol or Tallahassee seems to care. Now with the Plus...

FSU opens ACC Tournament against Tech

Despite a few losses down the stretch of the regular season, Florida State is still the top seed in the ACC Tournament. The Seminoles get the Yellow Jackets on Wednesday in Greensboro.

Youngsters Emerging in Collier County

Florida State is off to a strong start for the 2014 class in Southwest Florida with a commitment from Immokalee wide receiver J.C. Jackson. After a down year, Collier County looks to be back on track with some outstanding prospects in the pipeline. NoleDigest has the latest.

Deividas Dulkys joins the Lithuanian National Team

The Lithuanian National Team head coach - Kestutis Kemzura - announced the roster for his team, and for college basketball fans their was a familiar name. Deividas Dulkys, who just graduated from Florida State, has made the 19-man roster. There are several other former college players, but none besides Dulkys who played this year. Dulkys averaged 7.0 points per game as a senior...
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