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In today's links, one Florida State football player is arrested, and another sets a fine example; the first junior national football team is taking shape, and a future Hokie is making his presence felt; and Jack McClinton talks about the NBA Draft and his prospects while the News&Observer takes a look at Gerald Henderson's potential.
Football: Seminole arrested for theft (Tallahassee.com)
M. Basketball: Henderson working hard (newsobserver.com)
M. Basketball: Jack McClinton video interview (NBA.com)
Football: Foster kids get helping hand from FSU's Myron Rolle (OrlandoSentinel.com)
Football: Va. Tech sells out Chick-fil-a allotment (Hokiesports.com)
Golf: Glover's college coach talks about U.S. Open victory (ClemsonTigers.com)
Football: Hope and concern for Ga. Tech (ESPN.com)
Football: Future Hokie voted captain of junior national team (Hokiesports.com)
Football: Receiver Creecy picks N.C. State (newsobserver.com)
M. Basketball: Looking at the ACC after decision day (ajc.com)
Football: FSU's White didn't live up to expectations (Tallahassee.com)
W. Basketball: FSU's Monroe earns spot on national team (Tallahassee.com)
Football: FSU receives three more commitments for 2010 (Tallahassee.com)
Golf: Former Hokie on U.S. Open: 'It was awesome.' (Roanoke.com)