Florida State Seminoles football had they day off yesterday due to the presidential election. In case you missed it on Monday, FSU released their depth chart and provided injury updates including a key offensive player being a game-time decision.
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An encouraging stat ahead of FSU’s tilt with Pitt. Here’s hoping they don’t miraculously turn it around:
Pitt ranks dead last among teams w/3+ games played in:— ️♈️ (@ADavidHaleJoint) November 3, 2020
Defensive penalties (28)
Receiver drops (29)
Yards/designed run (3.19)
% runs stopped for loss/no gain (30.7%)
No one knows making poor decisions like cornrows Norvell:
Two prime examples of college decisions gone bad ♂️.. never know when they will come back to haunt you! Wear it proud and can always tell one hell of a story! #NoleFamily #JackDidIt #SorryToHisFutureSpouse #KeepCLIMBing https://t.co/xbT8Nbh2Vp— Mike Norvell (@Coach_Norvell) October 31, 2020
5-star FSU cornerback commit Travis Hunter can get it done on both sides of the ball:
FSU offered Hueytown High School wide receiver De’Andre Coleman. The last Seminole out of Hueytown panned our pretty well for the ’Noles.
The Seminole staff continues their presence in the boot offering 2022 defensive back, and teammate of FSU commit Byron Turner, Jhamal Shelby.
Sticking with offering teammates of current commits, the ’Noles offered 2022 athlete JaCorey Thomas, who plays at Boone High School with defensive end Shambre Jackson.
Florida State also offered one of the country’s top 2022 linebackers, who will be narrowing his long list of offers to six this week.
Mike Norvell extended an offer to an in-state 2023 defensive back out of Lake Gibson High School in Lakeland.
Setting up shop at Lake Gibson, Norvell also offered their running back.
Stay in the loop with all things recruiting in Tomahawk Nation’s recruiting thread.
Mark your calendars, hoops is getting closer:
Sources: The ACC is hoping to release its conference schedule next week for the 20-21 college basketball season.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) November 3, 2020
M.J. Walker continues to receive preseason hype:
It’s always nice to cap off two top-5 wins and a perfect regular season with some individual accolades:
With 7 receptions on 7 targets, Auden Tate catches everything. Including a circus grab to seal the game:
#Bengals WR Auden Tate was a force vs the Titans on Sunday, catching all seven of his targets for 65 yards and five 1st downs.— Evan McPhillips (@emcphil) November 2, 2020
Tate earned an elite 91.8 @PFF grade, which ranks 2nd among 101 WRs in Week 8. His dominant performance earned him a spot on the PFF Team of the Week pic.twitter.com/Q1zYP386CA
Patrick Mahomes headlines PFF's Week 8 Offensive TOTW pic.twitter.com/4jgUB3Fzsu— PFF (@PFF) November 3, 2020
Dalvin Cook could challenge for the rushing title this year despite missing a game and a half: