Among the likes of Baylor, Tennessee, & UCLA for ESPN’s Mark Schlabach the answer is clear. Florida State is the most disappointing team of 2017.
The Seminoles came into the season with legitimate ACC and CFP championship hopes, but their season went off the rails when quarterback Deondre Francois suffered a season-ending knee injury in the opener against Alabama. FSU is 1-3 for the first time since 1976, which was former coach Bobby Bowden’s first season, and it has dropped its first two home games for the first time since 1974.
Jimbo Fisher has extreme confidence in beleaguered defensive coordinator; the head football coach doth protest too much, methinks.
Levonta Taylor, whom is quietly having a very good season for the Seminoles, still believes in his position coach.
It’s another noon kick for Florida State vs Louisville.
Who had the best performance of Week 6 in the ACC?
Not really a surprise but you won’t find any Seminoles on ESPN’s Mid-season All-American team.
You guys this is not a drill; Florida’s uniforms for this weekend are flat out horrendous:
Maybe the top Defensive tackle target on FSU’s board had a ton of fun on his visit. FSU is hoping to strike gold again in Texas.
Recent LSU decommitment Kelvin Joseph loved his official visit to FSU and now has them in his top 3. (VIP)
Top slot-target Jaylen Waddle’s visit far surpassed his expectations. (VIP)
Congratulations to FSU sophomore Deyna Castellanos:
Men’s Basketball and Women’s Golf got it done in the classroom this past year and for that they have earned the coveted Golden Torch.
Jalen Ramsey might be the best corner-back in the league and if it isn’t him it could be Xavier Rhodes. Needless to say FSU DBs are dominating in the NFL this year check out what they and many other Seminoles did this past Sunday on this edition of Noles in the NFL.