This will be the first time FSU has faced Pittsburgh since Jameis Winston’s incredible debut as a Seminole.
With the status of Pittsburgh’s starting QB in question the game is currently viewed as a pick ‘em.
You’ll likely have to have the ACC Network to catch the Seminoles at 4pm this Saturday.
Building confidence and eliminating inconsistency; that’s what the FSU coaches prioritized this week.
FSU would have to 4-1 down the stretch in order to get to a bowl game; not impossible.
You can’t teach the agility and the bounce on his feet that Rod Orr has at 6’7’ 291lbs.
No twitter, no Facebook, no Instagram: FSU TE commit Jackson West is an old-school kid with a very modern game. FSU has found a needle in the haystack with his very impressive senior hudl.
Five-star 2022 CB commitment Travis Hunter is a five-star everything:
Once viewed as late-first round draft picks Patrick Williams and Devin Vassell look like virtual locks for the lottery.
FSU has now beaten two top-five teams in as many days to complete a perfect regular season. The Seminoles look primed for a national title run and its third title since 2014.
The boys looked in their practice, sunday golds in the last scrimmage of the fall camp:
The fall grind continues in Dick Howser today. Last scrimmage of fall ball before the Garnet and Gold games this upcoming week. pic.twitter.com/r2gsn47CB5— Brett Nevitt (@brettpn) November 1, 2020
Dalvin Cook has done something no other player has done in NFL history:
Dalvin Cook scored a TD on each of the @Vikings' first 4 offensive drives.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) November 1, 2020
He is the 1st player to score a TD on each of his team's first 4 possessions of a game in NFL history. pic.twitter.com/As121h2b5A
He’s also the first player since 1979 to score four touchdowns in a game since Ahmad Rashad; what an incredible effort by Dalvin Cook yesterday.
The Rams should probably start using Cam Akers more often: