This just in Noles fans. Following a heartbreaking loss to NC State, sources tell us this morning that Defensive Coordinator, Mark Stoops actually mixed the South Florida game plan with the NC State game plan.The plan for South Florida was to set back in zone, keep Quarterback BJ Daniels in the pocket and force him to make accurate throws. The plan against NC State, considering QB Mike Glennon's immobility and the fact that three starters on the offensive line were out, was to press the receivers and come hard at Glennon with multiple blitz packages.
Unfortunately, the two game plans were reversed and the Noles pressed and blitzed Daniels and did not pressure Glennon, who consequently, picked apart the FSU defense. However, don't rush to blame Stoops for this inconceivable (yes, I know what this word means) mix up. A trusted source tells us that it is believed with almost 100% certainty that Chuck, the Chest, Amato snuck into the football offices and sabotaged the game plan. More to come on this developing story.
In other breaking news, it was learned that Coach Jimbo Fisher made the decision to save EJ's legs for the upcoming Boston College and Duke games. Fisher determined that FSU would need EJ's legs for the juggernaut Eagles and Blue Devils and would not need them as much for the Wolf pack, who is a divisional foe that has recently beaten FSU on several different occasions. Now, before you start making references to dumpster fires, understand that another recent development has provided a legitimate reason for this obvious brain cramp. Al Gore, the inventor of the internet, has pointed out that the slight increase in elevation played a big factor in the decision making.
In summary, the outcome of the NC State game is much more understandable when we look at three primary factors. The first factor is obvious and discussed on a weekly basis, while the other two are a result of more recent developments.
A. The referees suck and the ACC is out to screw FSU
2. Chuck Amato sabotaged the defensive game plan
D. The higher elevation (app 200 ft.) in Raleigh