That pose by Brian Burns in the cover photo is the spider-man pose. It’s appropriate because Florida State will need a superhero-like effort from it’s defensive line as FSU will be a three-score underdog to Clemson this Saturday
Cam Akers never lost confidence but he really needed that long touchdown run vs. Wake.
Deondre Francois loved the effort his offensive line gave on Saturday.
Here are the defensive and offensive observations from the victory over Wake Forest.
Deondre Francois is obviously not in the Heisman conversation but the folks at espn are quite impressed with how he’s performed in his last four games.
Florida State got off to a horrid start this season, but let’s give a little love to QB Deondre Francois, who was brilliant against Wake Forest on Saturday and over his past four games has completed 65 percent of his throws with 10 TDs and two picks. Guess Willie Taggart might’ve known what he was doing after all.
Bud’s on vacation so this time it’s Ingram Smith with the Instant Reaction Nolecast.
Athlon named Brian Burns as the ACC’s Defensive Player of the Week.
2021 Wide Receiver Mario Williams has been offered by Florida State.
Four-star offensive guard Will Putnam is still on his official visit to FSU. (VIP)
2021 Running Back, Thad Franklin, has been offered by Florida State:
Blessed To Receive An Offer From Florida State University pic.twitter.com/od1HWQOPGG— Thaddius Franklin Jr. (@Gucciboypopo) October 19, 2018
Four-star offensive tackle commit Charles Cross is having a great senior season; this is a photo gallery of him in action.
FSU Soccer might’ve gotten its biggest win of the season; a road victory over 6th ranked Virginia.
FSU Basketball is 15th nationally & 6th in the ACC in Kenpom’s pre-season rankings:
#ACC #Kenpom Rankings#Duke (2)#UNC (3)#UVA (4)#Cuse (8)#Clemson (14)#FSU (15)#Miami (21)#VPI (22)#NCState (36)#NotreDame (59)#Louisville (63)#BC 66#WakeForest (91)#GTMBB (92)#Pitt (139)— Mychal Hunter (@Peacone36) October 20, 2018
Miami is interesting as is Notre Dame
The first four as in the First Four African American Football Players to play for FSU have kept a strong bond over the past 45 years.