FSU’s defense is often defeated before the ball is even snapped.
Levonta Taylor has been a revelation on defense this year and he’s taking last year’s loss to Louisville personal.
FSU’s chances of beating of Louisville would be much improved if they could get back a couple of its big receivers.
Derwin James is No. 8 on NFL.com’s top 25 mid-season future NFL stars.
To be in the same company as UTEP, BYU, & Illinois this year is not good news for FSU’s offense:
Only 4 schools have failed to score more than 26 points in a game this year: BYU, FSU, Illinois & UTEP— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) October 16, 2017
Don’t let Louisville’s record fool you; Lamar Jackson is just as dangerous as last year:
Lamar Jackson has been nearly as good as last year… but he’s not running as much or padding his stats. pic.twitter.com/xKpNUNgXgW— #DaHale (@DavidHaleESPN) October 16, 2017
5-star wide receiver Terrace Marshall, Jr. will be in Tallahassee this weekend for an official visit; he’ll be visiting with his teammate and current FSU safety commit, Israel Mukuamu.
Jaquaze Sorrells a 2019 4-star DE committed to Florida will also be in town:
Upcoming visits— Jaquaze Sorrells (@Jaquaze90) October 16, 2017
Florida st. October 21st
Alabama November 4th
Clemson November 11th
Michigan November 25th @LargoFootball
A couple of FSU’s blue-chip commitments are on flip watch according to Josh Newberg.
Here’s how a few key targets & commitments performed this past weekend.
Tallahassee skipper Mike Martin and catcher Cal Raleigh discussed Baseball’s fall camp.
Chris Thompson signed a two-year extension to stay with the Redskins and he might be outperforming said contract:
Redskins RB Chris Thompson has 329 receiving yards after the catch this season, 77 more than any other player in the NFL.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) October 16, 2017
Timmy Jernigan will be the next member of that famed 2013 defense to sign a major contract this off-season:
Jameis Winston is day to day with an AC Sprain in his shoulder; doesn’t sound too serious at all.