- From ESPN, Jared Shanker shows the FSU offense isn't just Dalvin Cook. Bobo and Kermit have found their stride and are turning heads on offense.
"Most guys might overlook Bobo and the things Bobo does but he's tremendous. He's a very aggressive guy," offensive lineman Wilson Bell said. "He's a tremendous blocker, and I'm glad he's on our team."
Both Kermit and Bobo have really benefited from Florida State's shorter passing attack and Jimbo's continued evolution as a head coach.
- As has Everett Golson, writes Joey Johnston from the Tampa Tribune.
"(Golson has) not been greedy in games, dumping certain balls down, scrambling and hitting the underneath guys," Fisher said. "You get a tendency, when things go well, you want to keep making plays. You want to be a hero of the game.
"The game is bigger than anybody who has ever played it or anybody who has coached it. You have to trust your eyes and take what’s there. I think there are multiple times in the (Miami) game he did that. There was one or two times I don’t think he did. I think he started to get out of it and then got himself right back into it."
- As Ken Sugiura, Atlanta Journal-Constitution notes FSU is doing a great job of protecting the football. Ken is certainly right to question if FSU's been lucky or good based on the number of fumbles the Noles have recovered. Fortunately for FSU, they haven't really been lucky.
- Most didn't think they would be here but Florida State shapes up to have a pretty impactful November.
Oluwole Betiku, the California defensive end committed to UCLA is going to see FSU in person again, albeit this time at UF. He visited for FSU for the Miami game.
Visiting the swamp #GatorNation on Nov28— Wole Bomaye (@Kingwole47) October 22, 2015