FSU was better coached on Saturday but for a lot of folks it looked like more of the same since 2017.
A couple of defensive players had outstanding performances but the truth is FSU’s best unit did not perform well and must be better.
Marvin Wilson was very clear about what needs to happen next:
On the loss, Wilson said, “We didn’t get the job done. Starting tonight, I hope everybody on our team is going to watch film, like the majority of us is, so we can respond better when our next game comes.”
Coach Norvell was of a similar sentiment with Big Marv.
The advanced stats match what our eyes told us; it was a really rough performance for Warren Thompson and James Blackman.
FSU is off this week but there’s still some good football to look toward to.
The Big Ten once again met but didn’t vote on football this fall; they’re running out of time.
FSU TE commitment Koby Gross enjoyed his visit to FSU despite the loss. (VIP)
FSU TE commitment Jackson West is off to a really strong start in his senior season.
Four-star QB commitment Luke Altmyer is off to a 2-0 start; it’s the second week in a row he’s opened the scoring with a rushing TD; not bad for a supposedly immobile quarterback:
Altmyer threw for 173 yards and a TD and a 38 yard TD run in Starkville’s win.
Five-star 2022 CB commitment Travis Hunter, Jr. might be a five-star at wide receiver as well; 10 catches for 108 yards and 2 TDs this Friday.
Rivals ranked FSU as the seventh-best basketball job in the ACC; keep landing players like Matthew Cleveland and they’re only going to climb higher.
Dalvin Cook is a very rich man; to the tune of 5 years 62.5 million dollars, 28 million guaranteed kind of rich. Jimbo still owes him some of that $75 million he got from A&M.
Congratulations to Gabe Nabers: