With ACC media day in the books, attention now turns to FSU’s fall camp before the regular season starts. The Garnet & Gold are tied for the 4th-best odds to win the ACC conference title.
Speaking of odds, who has the best chance to win the starting quarterback position for the Seminoles? Taggart said at the ACC media day that he’s happy to have three guys — Francois, Blackman and Hockman — formidable enough to start at the position. However, Bet DSI offshore casino has one guy in mind.
When it comes to the 2018-2019 Jim Thorpe award, given to the nation’s best defensive back, Seminoles fans likely have one guy in mind — Levonta Taylor. The initial watch list was released Monday, but Taylor wasn’t on it.
One man on the radar this upcoming season is center Alec Eberle, given his battles with injury. How’s he feeling right now? Let’s hear from the man himself.
After multiple set backs I’m proud to say our strength staff and training staff has helped me to over come them all and get me to numbers that are no longer a goal but now an accomplishment in the weight room.LAST YEAR BEST YEAR! #NewNoleOrder— Alec Eberle (@aleceberle54) July 23, 2018
Who remembers when Mack Knight saved the day with this come-from-behind tackle to salvage FSU’s first National Championship? The play comes in at No. 42 on our list of the top-100 plays in Florida State football history.
Don’t forget, the Seminoles are hosting their first ever Saturday Night Live event at Doak Campbell stadium this Saturday, July 28th. Many big-time recruits will be in town, including the No. 1 recruit in the nation for 2019, Kayvon Thibodeux.
Monday, the news broke that former FSU star Derwin James was reportedly robbed at gunpoint on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles.
Florida State’s all-time leading rusher, Dalvin Cook, is listed as having the sixth-best odds to lead the NFL in rushing according to Odds Shark.
Odds to lead the NFL in rushing (via @OddsShark):— RJ Ochoa (@rjochoa) July 23, 2018
- Ezekiel Elliott (+250)
- Todd Gurley (+350)
- Le'Veon Bell (+400)
- Leonard Fournette (+800)
- Saquon Barkley (+1200)
- Dalvin Cook (+1200)
- Jordan Howard (+1300)
- Kareem Hunt (+1400)
- Melvin Gordon (+2000)