Tomahawk Nation Florida State football podcast: after Stoops

Mike Ehrmann

Anytime Bud and I get a chance to do a podcast it is a fun time and it is also great to have a chance to talk at length about the different happenings that are going on with the Florida State football program. However I must say this podcast was a little bit of a different experience that previous conversations.

Podcast includes talk about Mark Stoops leaving for Kentucky job, news that I tweeted out shortly before the start of the podcast that Stoops has offered James Coley has been offered the OC position at Kentucky, who FSU's future DC could be and more.

During the course of the podcast we have a family of a current FSU player tweet at us that Coley will likely take the job, news of this morning's (11/28) ACC presidents meeting and a trusted Louisville contact text us to say they will likely be in the ACC ... so yes, it was a fast moving podcast.

We did not get too much into the UF game or get a chance to preview the UF game. Bud and I will record a second podcast later this week that is devoted more to breaking down the UF and talking more about what Saturday's ACC Championship game could look like.

As always we appreciate any feedback and you can find us on itunes by searching tomahawk nation podcast.

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