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- 2013 BCS National Championship
- Who wins the BCS bowls?
- Do you like football in the snow?
- Are Patriots in trouble?
- Bengals contenders? Colts doomed?
- Kobe Bryant returns Sunday
- Carlos Beltran to the Yankees
- Mariners sign Robinson Cano
- 2014 Grammy Awards
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- Will Texans 'earn' No. 1 pick?
- How will the U.S. fare at the WC?
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- What's the real North Carolina?
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- Kevin Sumlin an Aggie through '19
- Who makes your Baseball HOF?
- College Football Awards
Florida State players go offline
You won't hear a tweet from Florida State players online during the 2013 season. Facebook status? "Account disabled." Instagram? You get the picture. The Seminoles are giving up all social media for the coming season.
After some Seminoles players made social media mistakes in 2011 and the 2012 offseason, coach Jimbo Fisher banned the team from Twitter. This year, the players themselves decided to continue the ban, extending it to Facebook and Instagram. Will it help them win? Do you want your favorite team to follow suit? Vote below!