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For those who want to participate in sports but aren’t ready to try out at the varsity level, it’s easy to get involved with intramural teams. There is a wide variety of IMs to choose from, and the warm weather allows for year-round competition. IM sports are plentiful and offer a variety of choices for the discerning amateur athlete. The choices run the gamut, from flag football to bowling. All the IM sports are well organized and highly competitive, so make sure you’re serious about the sport you choose, otherwise you may end up on the sidelines.
As for varsity sports at FSU, football is arguably the biggest thing on campus. When fall rolls around, you can feel the excitement in the air. Tickets can be difficult to come by, especially for the big games, but everyone is usually able to attend the games they want. Florida State University prides itself on having one of the most competitive athletic programs in the country. Football dominates the scene, but that doesn't mean the other sports are ignored. FSU women's sports are just as competitive as the men's and also garner national attention, with the softball, soccer, and volleyball teams often in the hunt for a national championship. Even if you aren't interested in sports, you can't help but cheer when an FSU team takes the field.
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