Here’s your advanced box score from FSU’s road loss to NC State this past Saturday.
The Seminoles did have a few positive takeaways from the big loss.
Quarterback James Blackman, in his first start of the season, had the highest passing grade of any quarterback in the ACC.
Head Coach Willie Taggart spoke to the media on Monday ahead of the Seminoles road matchup with Notre Dame.
The Seminoles will be sporting a clean throwback look for the game in South Bend.
There are only two running backs in all of the Power 5 with less than one yard before contact. Guess what team they play for.
There are only 2 Power 5 backs (min 70 carries) averaging less than 1 yard before contact:
Cam Akers, 0.78
Jacques Patrick, 0.50
— Hi, I’m David (@ADavidHaleJoint) November 5, 2018
Taggart also said Monday that Offensive Coordinator Walt Bell will be calling plays against Notre Dame.
Willie: “It wasn’t hard” to cede playcalls. “It’s not that I can’t call a play… I can help Walt see some things and help set up some things”
— Tom Lang (@_TomLang) November 5, 2018
Here’s everything you need to know about Florida State’s targets and commits on the high school recruiting ground.
Dalvin Cook returned from injury, plus Derwin James continues to impress. This is your ’Noles in the NFL for Week 9.
The Cincinnati Bengals have promoted former Seminole Auden Tate from the practice squad following AJ Green’s injury.
The #Bengals promoted WR Auden Tate off the practice squad to the 53-man roster as they await word on AJ Green’s toe. They also placed LB Carl Lawson on Injured Reserve.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 5, 2018
FSU Women’s Soccer has earned a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
As FSU Women’s Basketball embarks on a new season Tuesday, here’s our season preview for Sue Semrau’s squad.
FSU Men’s Basketball also begins their season on Tuesday at the Tucker Center against the Florida Gators. One of the Seminoles’ JUCO Commits has been lighting it up this season.
JUCO FSU commit Nathanael Jack opened the season 2-0 this weekend. He made 9-20 3s in two games.
— Michael Rogner (@MichaelRogner) November 5, 2018