Everyone is in agreement; Florida State has virtually no shot this Saturday.
Unless there are some unforeseen circumstances, Florida State isn’t winning this football game. Whether you’re a fan of the Seminoles or not, seeing how Travis does is going to be worth your time, just so we can gauge how difficult the rest of the season is going to be in Tallahassee. Going up against the No. 5 team in the country is difficult for a first start, but that’s just how bad things are right now for Norvell’s squad.
That tends to happen when you’re a 21-point underdog.
The SEC is being very strict in response to its Covid protocols.
Great Day to be a Florida State Seminole!! Big Time #Playmaker coming to #Tribe20 and will be applying pressure soon.. #407tothe850 future is bright for the #NoleFamily #KeepCLIMBing #Fit #Family pic.twitter.com/At4yrBQ5b9— Mike Norvell (@Coach_Norvell) October 9, 2020
When you see that tweet you know what that means; another big time recruit is coming to FSU. This time it’s four-star defensive end Shambre Jackson.
What does his game bring to Florida State besides continued positive momentum on the trail.
The proof is in the pudding or in this case the hudl highlights of games one through four of Luke Altmyer’s senior season.
Five-star shooting guard Bryce McGowens decommitted from FSU; that takes FSU’s top-ranked class from No. 1 to No. 1.
How it started How it’s Going pic.twitter.com/M2BsXThyrS— Leonard Hamilton (@FSUCoachHam) October 8, 2020
Congratulations to Jaelin Howell:
Dalvin Cook is leading the league in rushing and he’s punishing NFL tacklers on the way to a rushing title.
Xavier Rhodes is experiencing a rebirth in Indianapolis.