FSU enters the bye week licking its wounds from the trip to Louisville.
The players spoke to the media game after and Emmett Rice made it a point to say you can’t play winning football when you’re free-styling instead of doing your assignment.
Too many missed throws and dropped balls vs. Louisville to get it done while at one point Louisville was averaging 12 yards per carry.
Study it, learn from it, and then burn that tape.
Bowl projections are here; it could be a repeat of history in which a first-year FSU coach faces the Gamecocks in a bowl game.
Six games into the season two big recent data points; analytics have now given us a clear picture of what this team is since the QB switch.
Four-star defensive end commitment Shambre Jackson shows impressive get-off in these highlights.
A pick-six for the next member of #DBU:
Pick Six Alert!!— Texan Live (@Texan_Live) October 24, 2020
Hunter Washington (@Hunter_DB7) takes a pass back all the for another Defensive Touchdown for Katy@TrevorBullard2 on the call@KatyISDAthletic @Katyfootball @katyisd @dctf @texashsfootball pic.twitter.com/GJ9zisr3Gm
Clara Robbins was named Co-ACC player of the week.
Happy Birthday Nate:
Join us in wishing Nate a Happy Birthday! pic.twitter.com/3DxQFFBaLr— Florida State Men’s Basketball (@FSUHoops) October 25, 2020
The best home-winning streak in the ACC belongs to Florida State:
These teams lock it down at home— FOX College Hoops (@CBBonFOX) October 22, 2020
Which of these schools is most likely to drop off the list this season? pic.twitter.com/kfrqoiz4xQ
Charlie Ward dropped some words of wisdoms:
Last week I spoke with students at The King’s Academy in West Palm Beach, FL. I had the opportunity to share some of my experiences and spoke about The Three Ps of Preparation, Perseverance and Patience. Check out my full talk at: https://t.co/3mlf6sUIBw#CharlieWard #TheAthlete pic.twitter.com/B7iL8IhrlA— Charlie Ward (@RealCharlieWard) October 24, 2020
Brian Burns’ game is about to ascent to the stratosphere:
Made zero sense on draft night when Brian Burns dropped all the way to No. 16 in the 2019 NFL Draft.— Trev-Or-Treat (@TampaBayTre) October 25, 2020
Makes even less sense now. pic.twitter.com/tIikrFoe6g