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      Seminoles Win This, Too

      It's a foregone conclusion that Florida State is going beat the hell out of the University of Miami football team Saturday at Doak Campbell Stadium. But the burning question this week at the Golf Channel was which of the two schools could produce the more impressive array of trick shots? Here are the videos, posted today by the Golf Channel's Morning Drive show. We'll share our preference below.

      Both are pretty cool. But yeah, FSU wins this, too. [caption id="attachment_1268" align="aligncenter" width="474"]Florida State Click to get the shirt, Noles fans![/caption]

      Congrats! It's a Player of the Year Contender! #Golf

      [caption id="attachment_1074" align="aligncenter" width="474"]Jason Day can bring it on the course and in the interview room. (Illustration: Steve Hill) Jason Day can bring it on the course and in the interview room. (Illustration: Steve Hill)[/caption] Aussie golfer Jason Day can bring it on the course -- and in the interview room. At Wednesday's news conference heading into this weekend's TOUR Championship in Atlanta, Day -- who has emerged as a late Player of the Year contender, along with Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy -- dropped some classic golf smack. All in good fun, naturally. This is golf, after all, not soccer. How good does Day think he is right now? Pretty damn good. "It's like Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy had a baby, and I was it," Day said. OK, biological impossibility aside, Day might be on to something here. Hard to argue that he doesn't belong on the stage with the two top players in the world, and if he wins this weekend, he'll cement his place and set up what could be an absolutely incredible 2016 three-way battle for supremacy in the world of golf.