Seminole Wrap podcast: On this episode of the best FSU podcast we welcome Tomahawk Nation’s Saiem Gilani to talk numbers about FSU’s offense, defense, and other teams around the ACC.
We also have yesterday’s practice notebook; the media spoke with head coach Mike Norvell, offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham, and quarterback Jordan Travis, who seems to have made great use of the bye week to get his body right.
Pittsburgh safety Paris Ford, perhaps the Panthers’ best defender, has opted out of the rest of the season.
It’s never too early to think about the Seminoles vs. the Wolfpack, especially since the game is in Raleigh and NC State’s quarterback could be former FSU quarterback Bailey Hockman. And now we know the kick-off time.
What an interesting list that, oh look at that, contains many of FSU’s opponents from the first half of the season but none on the back half:
Most QB scramble yards:— ️♈️ (@ADavidHaleJoint) November 2, 2020
Malik Willis, Liberty - 322
D’Eriq King, Miami - 246
Sam Ehlinger, Texas - 236
Asher O’Hara, MTSU - 232
Malik Cunningham, Lou - 228
Matt Corral, Miss - 215
Ian Book, ND - 184
Jeff Sims, GT - 166
Frank Harris, UTSA - 159
Jordan Travis, FSU - 157
Official Tribe 21 Recruiting Thread.
Sunday Golds, a Florida State baseball podcast, is now on iTunes!
FSU is lucky to have Coach Wyckoff to take over for Sue Semrau this season:
God’s plans are ALWAYS better than mine. https://t.co/f46AKxYI2X— Brooke Wyckoff (@CoachBrookeFSU) October 30, 2020
What an incredible season for FSU’s soccer team:
Dalvin Cook’s Sunday was incredible and he’s the best running back in the league:
Dalvin Cook is the best running back in the NFL: pic.twitter.com/ne8mMTqNfT— Nick Olson (@NickOlsonNFL) November 2, 2020
Oh look at that, the same position Ramsey played at FSU:
First-year defensive coordinator Brandon Staley has utilized Jalen Ramsey's versatile skill-set by playing him at the "Star" position in the #Rams defense.— Next Gen Stats (@NextGenStats) October 29, 2020
Ramsey has aligned in the slot on 20.9% of snaps this season, the highest of his career.#RamsHouse pic.twitter.com/l4lYeaQDK8
Brian Burns is having a good season:
#Panthers-#Saints— Matt Bowen (@MattBowen41) October 28, 2020
DE Brian Burns — Made an impact on/off the ball in Week 7 vs. NO.
Drop underneath as a hook defender, impact the run game, win 1-on-1s on the edge.
Easy mover. Fluid. High-level traits. @NFLMatchup pic.twitter.com/rdl5TnhKW3
That’s the thing about the NFL — it’s a contested catch league:
Auden Tate:— Ian Hartitz (@Ihartitz) November 1, 2020
Seperation nerds need to get over themselves; the man catches everything
But it’s one thing to see the stats and another to see Tate go to work, with some FSU recruiting commentary:
Gabe Nabers caught his first NFL touchdown:
Former FSU safety Myron Rolle is featured in The Undefeated:
Myron Rolle, who spent his previous career deciphering which receiver to pick up in Cover 2, has had to expand his expertise of opening up skulls and spines to also occasionally handling COVID-19 patients during the pandemic. https://t.co/GDVg8MN72J— The Undefeated (@TheUndefeated) October 30, 2020
Good wholesome stuff:
I couldn’t let the kids from the Boys and Girls Club in VB and @helpkckids go without celebrating Halloween! @sourpatchkids and @krispykreme thanks for being a part of the celebration. to all the parents, sorry, but I had to hook them up with a bunch of candy! Happy Halloween! pic.twitter.com/TUG8dvgaTo— Derrick Nnadi (@DerrickNnadi) October 31, 2020
Terance Mann had a good first year transitioning to the pro game: