- David Hale from ESPN broke down Dalvin Cook’s 2016 season statistics and makes the argument that the junior should be put among the Heisman finalist, however in many premature polls from analysts, Cook is nowhere near the top. Where should Cook rank among Heisman candidates?
So, why should D’Onta Foreman be ahead of Dalvin Cook in Heisman voting? Other than rush yards, there’s no real case. pic.twitter.com/FYfQ0f6uHx— David Hale (@DavidHaleESPN) December 1, 2016
- Throughout the history of college football, and what will probably continue in the future, is the statement that many people believe certain referees have it in for their team. A major centerpiece in the Bloomberg article refers back to Florida State’s game against Clemson and the officiating in the ‘Noles loss.
- What makes the game of football so unpredictable at times is the sudden change of possessions. However, in the NFL at least, turnovers are at al all-time low.
- On the Dan Patrick show, FSU RB Dalvin Cook talked about his future and whether that may include a senior year at FSU.
- Five-star LB Baron Browning of Kennedale, Texas made his commitment to Ohio State last night. The No. 9 overall player in the nation kept Florida State in it until the end, including the ‘Noles in his final list before the commitment.
- According to Noles247, FSU defensive coordinator Charles Kelly was in Texas today, visiting five-star DB Jeffrey Okudah and Baron Browning (who committed to OSU as per above). ($)
- Former FSU DB Xavier Rhodes wore cleats representing the Kidz1stFund in last night’s game vs. the Dallas Cowboys.
Honored to represent my @kidz1stfund and @umnhealth family, which raises awareness and funds for #FanconiAnemia research, on the field this week! Please join the fight against #FA and celebrate #GivingTuesday by donating today! #IFightFanconi #MyCauseMyCleats Thanks @mache275 @explicit_sports ! @theoneagency www.kids1stfund.com/donate