Tomahawk Nation Podcast: Looking Ahead To Wake Forest

Sept 1, 2012; Tallahassee, Florida, USA; Florida State Seminoles running back Devonta Freeman (8) runs the ball past Murray State Racers defensive back Isaiah Farris (29) during the game at Doak Campbell Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-US PRESSWIRE

Ingram Smith and Bud Elliott are back for their weekly (in season) talk of where the FSU football program stands. FSU opened the year with two impressive wins over Murray State and Savannah State. They discuss the bizarre game what was the match-up against Savannah State, and

Florida State gets its first real test of the year as they host Wake Forest. Bud and Ingram talk about what challenges Wake could pose for the FSU defense and what the fanbase could learn from this game. Also discussed is the point spread that keeps rising.

Did you know that FSU has not been favored by this much (28 points) over an ACC opponent since the 2005 game against Duke?

Due to the lack of meaningful conversation generated by the Savannah State game, time is also spent talking about some of FSU in state rivals and a couple of other programs in the southeast that could have an impact on FSU if they were to continue to struggle.

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