It's the beginning of May and message boards galore are choc-full of fans pleading their case for a shot at winning a National Championship, a Conference Championship, a Division Crown, or simply a winning season.
Well for FSU fans, 2002-2009 have all been seasons with a loosely tied ribbon that promised the gift of "redemption."
Unfortunately, shy of the glimpse of a 10 win season in 2008, FSU has not been able to find its rhythm to make it back into the league of "National Elite" alongside storybook programs like the Florida Gators to the East, and/or the Alabama Crimson Tide to the West.
No, right now, FSU is still in search of a season that can compete with the likes of the Bulldogs or the Hurricanes.
What's so remarkable about this particular year for FSU fans is the sense of newness, and a refreshing glance at a revamped style of play taking shape in Tallahassee.
For the first time in nearly 35 years, everything is new in Tallahassee.
In order for the newness to be regarded fairly, I find it only fair to point out some of the myths that have somehow managed to clutter the blogosphere, and create a lot of unnecessary question marks for a squad trying to determine it's identity so early on.
Let's take a look at some of the Seminole myths that are being spread in the College Football Universe.