After a slow start versus Nevada last weekend, Florida State finished the game with an impressive win -- putting up a score of 62-7. The Seminoles will be back in action this weekend against the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats. Not to take anything away from Bethune-Cookman, but this game heavily favors the 'Noles. In other words, it's more of a tune-up game before conference play begins the following week. Despite that, Florida State still has to show up, play and win. And there are still topics up for discussion going into this game including: health statuses of starting right guard, Tre' Jackson, and starting defensive end, Mario Edwards Jr., position changes, early defensive woes against Nevada, and many more.
Head coach Jimbo Fisher and host Gene Deckerhoff will orchestrate the call-in show from the Four Points by Sheraton hotel in downtown Tallahassee at 7 p.m.. The past few weeks have been pretty entertaining, and we will be here to provide live updates for you to follow. Feel free to join in and give your thoughts in the comments section. It could be a slow week for the show, so call in and ask Jimbo a question or two. Be creative. The number is 877-99-NOLES.
The first link below will take you to the live video stream on Seminoles.com. If you'd rather just listen, the second link below will take you to the 94.9 TNT radio station on which the show is airing.
Live video stream: http://www.seminoles.com/allaccess/?media=405815
Radio stream: http://www.iheart.com/live/661/?autoplay=true