With Louisiana-Monroe game rescheduled if FSU wants to go to a bowl game they’ll have to win their next three games to do so. If they do they could be spending the holidays in New York city.
It’s time for FSU to face a sobering reality.
Some good stuff to be discussed from the Nolecast’s instant reaction podcast after Clemson.
Brian Burns was utterly dominant; the kind of performance FSU fans would’ve talked about for years if FSU had managed to pull out the victory.
Here are the winners and losers from week 11 of College Football.
Florida has begun vetting Chip Kelly; a Chip Kelly doesn’t scare me but I may be in the minority on that subject.
Marquez Ezzard has decommitted from FSU; following the loss of Justin Fields to UGA it would’ve been to hold on to the bluechip wide receiver.
If FSU fans get the staff turnover that they’re hoping for they can expect a few more decommitments to come before it’s all said and done.
FSU safety commit Israel Mukuamu plans on early enrolling:
Well time to get right for FSU in January!— Israel Mukuamu2️⃣5️⃣ (@IsraelMukuamu) November 12, 2017
Women’s Basketball is 2-0 on the young season.
Volleyball got it done vs Boston College.
After throttling Ole Miss in the first round; Soccer heads to Palo Alto to take on Arizona in the second round:
Friday’s win against Ole Miss helped send this amazing group of seniors to the 2nd round.— FSU Soccer (@FSUSoccer) November 12, 2017
The Noles next take on Arizona in Palo Alto, CA. pic.twitter.com/mXyyUPw0aY
Leonard Hamilton is back with another round of position-less basketball; everyone can do everything except for maybe Christ Koumadje.
Dalvin Cook tore his ACL but he’s still leading the Vikings in this stat:
Dalvin Cook is still the Vikings' leading rusher.— The Daily Norseman, a Minnesota Vikings blog (@DailyNorseman) November 13, 2017
Dalvin Cook hasn't been on the field since the third quarter of Week 4.
Cook - 354 yd
McKinnon - 319
Murray - 317