Miami failed its biggest test of the season blowing a 13 point lead in its loss to Florida State.
“That’s a Florida State-Miami game,’’ FSU coach Jimbo Fisher said. “It doesn’t matter what the records are. Somehow, some way, that thing always comes down to the end.”
Jimbo Fisher joined Jeff Cameron on 97.9 for early Monday interview.
Due to the USC-Georgia game the AP & Coaches Poll were delayed but Florida State did rise 6 spots in the ESPN Power Rankings.
4 & 44, the dynamic duo of Dalvin Cook & Demarcus Walker earned helmet stickers from ESPN once again.
Houston is out, Tennessee is in a must win situation, and Florida State still owns Miami all this & more from Heather Dinich.
As Derwin James would say “I luh 12” Deondre Francois continues to show his mettle.
Here’s what we learned on defense & offense from this past Saturday’s victory.
Dalvin Cook is chasing history with another 200 yards from scrimmage performance:
Dalvin Cook leads all running backs with 1130 yards from scrimmage; Donnel Pumphrey is second with 1022.— Lastsonofkrypton (@GodofKrypton) October 9, 2016
Speaking of Dalvin Cook, Stewart Mandel is wondering why folks are dismissing his Heisman chances?
I know we love to eliminate guys from the Heisman after 1 bad game, but, um, Dalvin Cook' is averaging 188 rushing/receiving per game.— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) October 9, 2016
The Block at the Rock Florida State equals the record for the longest winning streak in the series.
Dalvin Cook really, really likes playing against the Hurricanes.
Here’s what Tom Fornelli learned about FSU&Miami following the game.
Dennis Dodd says the reactions the postponement of the UF-LSU game have been appalling.
Bud Elliott went into detail about how the early signing period proposal would affect recruiting.
Ja’len Parks is officially an Army All-American.
Jam With Ham, turning back the the pendulum.
Women’s Volleyball bounced back from the UNC setback with a victory over NC State.
Who’s the real DBU?
2016 @NFL roster analysis: Top contenders for title of #DBU— CollegeFootball 24/7 (@NFL_CFB) September 30, 2016
4-1: https://t.co/80d110iZvp pic.twitter.com/Jv0DyoCFwo
In the last three weeks Xavier Rhodes has faced Kelvin Benjamin, Odell Beckham Jr, & Deandre Hopkins, he’s given up 3 catches:
Xavier Rhodes last 3 games:— Hoops Troop (@HoopsTroop) October 9, 2016
Kelvin Benjamin, 0 Rec
Odell Beckham Jr, 3 Rec 23 yards
DeAndre Hopkins, (1st half) 0 Rec #RhodesClosed