After a chance to rewatch the Seminoles’s win over the Cardinals, our Bud Elliott and Ingram Smith return to provide a more in-depth analysis of all things FSU vs. UL.
Of course, a big part of the conversation involves Florida State’s quarterback situation, as grad-transfer Alex Hornibrook earned a couple of series’ worth of work and was then forced into full-time QB1 status after starter James Blackman succumbed to an injury in the third quarter.
Bud and Ingram discuss how each ’Nole quarterback played well, including some of the more overlooked aspects of their efforts. It’s easy to cite splash plays when promulgating the attributes of either signal-caller, but a great deal can be taken from how a QB performs on what may, at first glance, be misconstrued as more pedestrian opportunities. But the bigger question is posed: if Blackman is held out of the NC State game due to injury, could Hornibrook be in line to win the starting job?
The gang get into a plethora of other position-group reviews, as well as coaching decisions, but you’ll just have to checkout the pod to hear what the guys think. So give the latest Nolecast a listen by clicking below.