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How Florida State's SEC blueprint could end SEC's run


But college football is nothing if not cyclical: Florida State might be built in the SEC mold, but the SEC's unprecedented run – the conveyor belt of NFL picks, the physicality, the dominance – was built in the image of Florida State's heyday, a decade-plus streak of supremacy starting in the 1980s that was defined by the same traits the Seminoles exhibit today. (USA Today)


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