FSU Cancels Classes

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Florida State University students are enjoying a second straight day off from classes today. The university instituted a fall "mini-break" that coincided with a big home football game Thursday night against Clemson University. University officials say they wanted to avoid huge traffic jams, but some on campus say the move is another example of football taking precedence over academics. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.



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