Marvin Wilson (and the rest of the defense, along with defensive coordinator Harlon Barnett) spoke to the media on Wednesday, and the junior put on record that the defensive line refers themselves as “The Mob,” a reference to the extent of their chemistry off the field. Barnett spoke on Cory Durden and Cyrus Fagan’s play and the challenges of mobile quarterbacks, amongst other things.
Our Dak Moyer works very hard and spends a hilarious amount of time (to me, not so much to him) to crafting Florida State passing charts each week and the latest is a fun dive into Alex Hornibrook’s glamorous debut, as well as James Blackman’s sneakily good game.
To compliment our own coverage, if you want a peek behind enemy lines, Louisville blog Card Chronicle is breaking down film from last week’s game.
Speaking of going behind enemy lines to compliment our coverage, here’s NC State’s site going over the recent history of Florida State vs. the Wolf Pack, a perfect appetizer before our weekly Why You Should Seriously Hate This Team A Lot piece.
Senior Miami linebacker Zach McCloud will now redshirt this season, opting to retain eligibility for the 2021 season when the Hurricanes should be thin at linebacker.
Jalen Ramsey is so petty, he has spawned life in order to not play for the Jacksonville Jaguars again:
Since Monday, Jalen Ramsey has had the flu, a sore back and is now leaving the team to fly to Nashville for the birth of his second child.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 25, 2019
Former Florida State tight end and current Patriot Ryan Izzo gets the Brian Balding breakdown treatment (well, technically):
.@patriots @TomBrady to @IzzoRyan for +41 on 3-1. #TB12 passes on the SBMVP to hit the young TE as if he knew the @nyjets wouldn’t cover him. Is #Brady a mind reader? #BaldysBreakdowns pic.twitter.com/Y1ELnXc2wX— Brian Baldinger (@BaldyNFL) September 25, 2019
Clips Nation, SB Nation’s Los Angeles site, took the time to break down Terance Mann, the Clippers second-round draft pick out of Florida State.
The No. 6 Florida State women’s soccer team has a huge ACC challenge tonight (with the game set to be broadcast on ACC Network, for those who are still milking their free online streaming trials or are lucky enough to get the channel), taking on No. 9 Clemson at 7:30 p.m. on the road.