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James Wilder Jr. is part of an outstanding FSU backfield. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images North America)
2012 was a great year to be a Seminole. Florida State finished 12-2 tying a school-record for victories. The Seminoles also captured their first ACC title since 2005 and won their first BCS bowl since taking home the Sears Trophy following the 1999 season. Florida State is hoping to defend its ACC crown in 2013, but the roster looks much different as FSU had a school-record 11 players taken in the 2013 NFL Draft. Nevertheless, big things are still expected in Tallahassee in what will be head coach Jimbo Fisher’s fourth season at the helm. The ‘Noles will begin 2013 ranked 11th and 12th respectively in the two human polls.
Replacing E.J. Manuel, who finished his Florida State career 25-6 as a starter, will be redshirt freshman and two-sport star Jameis Winston. Winston won the job over sophomore Jacob Coker after a stellar performance in the Florida Stat...
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As expected, Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher named Jameis Winston the starting quarterback for the season opener against Pittsburgh.Winston’s...
1. Clemson Anything less than 10 wins will be a disappointment this year.
2. Florida State If Jameis Winston is as good as advertised, they will nip on Clemson's heels.
3. Georgia Tech Vad Lee will impale defenses this season.
4. Miami We know they'll score, but can they stop anybody?
5. North Carolina Read Miami's comment.
6. Virginia Tech If you have eligibility...
After yesterday’s topic regarding how Pitt could win, let’s take a look at why FSU is a 10 point favorite. There are plenty of reasons, unfortunately, and Pitt is justifiably a 10 point underdog. FSU is talented, experienced, and overall appears to simply be better than Pitt at most positions.
Reason #1: Talent. I could go over recruiting stars, the fact that Florida State has...