Enjoy that game week feeling, we get so precious few of them!
Your 2019 captains are James Blackman, Marvin Wilson, and Ricky Aguayo:
FSU also released its first depth chart for 2019, and there are some interesting takeaways from it, including true freshman guard Donte Lucas earning a starting spot along the offensive line.
In Taggart’s press conference on Boise State, he talks about the QB competition that saw Blackman come out on top, all of the freshmen who earned spots on the depth chart, the wealth of skill position talent, getting healthy on defense, and last but not least FSU’s actual opponent this week, the Boise State Broncos.
Five Takeaways by @Tim_Linafelt— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) August 26, 2019
1️⃣ Deep dive on QB battle
2️⃣ Freshmen sprinkled across depth chart
3️⃣ Lots of options at receiver/tight end
4️⃣ Wilson, Terry & Kaindoh should be available
5️⃣ Taggart talks Boise Statehttps://t.co/C65KOQeGWm
FSU makes this list of the best Week 0 games quite a few times:
This ranking going back 136 years says Arizona-Hawaii is the best Week 0 game ever played https://t.co/dlU4ItaxQe— Banner Society (@BannerSociety) August 26, 2019
Don’t miss our high school recruiting recap, featuring Malachi Wideman, Jeff Sims, Agiye Hall, and more.
FSU offensive line commit Zane Herring was serving pancakes.
Tickets to the Men’s Basketball team’s games in the Emerald Coast Classic in Niceville, FL went on sale yesterday.