Rock bottom. The only two words I can think of to describe where Florida State football stands after a hideous 0-3 start to the season. Many fans have called it quits on this team already, and they’ve had good reason.
Florida State has gotten off to a slow start this season but so far, the Seminoles have been able to keep their top-10 recruiting class together. Obviously, the commitments want to see this team win games but at the same time, it shows them how much their class could be the difference in turning things around.
It’s Friday, Florida State fans. As you start thinking about the weekend, check out our daily rundown. Lead Story Florida State soccer wasted no time seizing control of Thursday night’s home match against Pittsburgh.
The Seminoles advance to 9-0 on the season The ’Noles advance to 9-0 as they defeat the Pittsburgh Panthers 5-0 in their fifth shutout of the season. They’ve outscored their opponents 31-5 as they continue to dominate on both ends of the field.
First things first, the Louisville Cardinals do not have a good defense. Their defense hasn’t been good or decent since the 2016 season, and it looks like the 2021 version will allow that trend to continue.
Will the Seminoles start 0-4 for first time since 1974? The Florida State Seminoles will play the Louisville Cardinals at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee, Saturday afternoon at 3:30 p.m., and once again the Noles’ will be the underdogs.
Apparently, former Florida State Seminoles are in high demand on the west coast. A day after the San Francisco 49ers announced that they'd be signing running back Jacques Patrick, they brought in another running back in veteran Chris Thompson on Wednesday.
Florida State’s 0-3 start has been a surprise to most that cover college football. The worst start since 1976 has many pundits and even former Seminole players giving their thoughts on how the season has gone so far.
Will Florida State get their first win of the season? We’re very fortunate to have the SB Nation network of team sites to work with during game weeks. This week we’re chatting with John aka CardinaIStrong, a staff editor over at Card Chronicle, SBN’s blog for the Louisville Cardinals.
It’s Thursday, Florida State fans. As the weekend draws nearer, check out our daily rundown. Lead Story Regardless of what happens on the field for Florida State quarterback McKenzie Milton or the Seminoles in 2021, the redshirt senior’s presence is an inspiration.
FSU football is at its lowest point in most of our lifetimes. The Noles have an 0-3 record for the first time since Bobby Bowden’s first season in 1976, and the fan base collectively shocked from the past four seasons.
For the first time in 45 years, Florida State is off to an 0-3 start. After an offseason that was full of positive momentum, the deflating feeling of the Seminoles still being winless has had a clear impact on not just the fanbase, but all of college football.
“Have great gap integrity and play where we are supposed to be.” TALLAHASSEE- Florida State defensive coordinator Adam Fuller said earlier in the season that his defensive line would be the “front porch” of the defense.
“We need to see consistency and performance in action.” Florida State head coach Mike Norvell spoke with the media for about ten minutes on Wednesday ahead of the Seminole's 3:30 pm ET showdown against the Louisville Cardinals this coming Saturday.
The Florida State Seminoles’ football program has gone through three straight losing seasons and are on course for a fourth following an 0-3 start to 2021, and rumors are swirling that Deion Sanders could eventually become the new head coach.