Posted January 23, 2013 on
Florida State's 2013 recruiting class continues to get stronger as the most recent verbal commitment is St. Pete TE/OL Jeremy Kerr.

Florida State offensive coordinator heads to Miami

Florida State offensive coordinator James Coley is leaving his alma mater for the same job at archrival Miami. The 39-year-old Coley is the sixth Seminole assistant leaving Jimbo Fisher's staff since the end of the season along with the school's football publicist. Fisher's lone remaining assistants are holdovers from former coach Bobby Bowden's staff. They are former...

Recruiting Blog: James Coley to Miami

Florida State is rumored to have lost another coach as James Coley is expected to be hired at the University of Miami as their new offensive coordinator. Coley has been instrumental in FSU's success with 38% of the 2012 starters having him as their primary recruiter.

Next OC -- James Coley?

According to sources, Florida State offensive coordinator is on the verge of being named to the same position at Miami.

One Trip Down; Two to Go?

Tottenville High (Staten Island) running back Augustus Edwards visited Florida State over the weekend, and previously planned to visit Rutgers and Miami the coming weekends. He spoke to FOXSportsNEXT about the visit to Tallahassee, and whether he will still make the other two trips.

Mike's Take: Kerr to FSU

Three-star tight end Jeremy Kerr flipped his commitment from Miami to Florida State earlier today. Read on see what CanesTime's Mike Bakas is saying about it.
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