Louisville is a must win game for FSU and fortunately for Comcast subscribers it won’t be on the ACC Network this weekend; 3:30 on ESPN.
This week’s film review continues a troubling pattern for FSU; not finishing a game in the manner they started it.
At the moment Alex Hornibrook is expected to get a series or two vs. Louisville; we’ll see what Kendal Briles has cooked up for him.
Florida QB Feleipe Franks will miss the rest of the season with a dislocated ankle; godspeed Feleipe.
This Saturday isn’t as sleepy as last Saturday; these seven games could have serious ramifications on the College Football Playoff.
What do you get when you put Bud Elliott, Ingram Smith, and Mark Ennis on one podcast? You get a FSU vs. Louisville preview that evolves into some seriously interesting Bobby Petrino stories; in what world do the players that you coach not know where your office is?
Madison County is 3-0 and offensive line commitment Zane Herring is a big reason why; here’s his early season senior highlights.
Five-star small forward Scottie Barnes will be visiting FSU next weekend.
FSU won a shootout vs Boston College 5-4; the defense has to improve but last night was fun:
KEEP. THEM. COMING. JENNA.— FSU Soccer (@FSUSoccer) September 20, 2019
Watch the rest of the game LIVE on @accnetwork pic.twitter.com/Winqq74MLx
Bad news, good news for the Cross Country team. The bad news is that women’s team’s plane had mechanical issues which kept from arriving at the meet this weekend. The good news is that the men traveled separately so they’ll be able to complete in the nine-team field.
Patrick Mahomes set a record for most 300-yard passing games before the age of 24; the previous record holder? Jameis Winston :
Patrick Mahomes turns 24 on Tuesday. In his last game as a 23-year-old, he broke the record for most 300-yard passing games before turning 24. pic.twitter.com/cvEuQrZjzx— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) September 16, 2019
Hank Lebioda from
21 yards (sorry football season) I mean 63 feet out:
Easy as https://t.co/GPnKjRCfZO— Hank Lebioda (@hank_lebioda) September 19, 2019