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Aug
19
2015

Best and Worst case record for Florida State football in 2015

RobertAg

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Florida State
Under Jimbo Fisher, Florida State is in rarefied air with Ohio State and Alabama as one of three best football programs in country. NFL drafts picks galore to go along with multiple conference titles and a 2013 national championships. With so much talent gone to the NFL, if there is a year you have a shot to get Florida State it might be this year, or is it?

Will Go 12-0 (8-0) if:
Florida State can survive a couple of tricky road games. The Noles have to play at Georgia Tech and Clemson. There is also a game at Florida, but I don’t think the Gators are equipped to beat the Seminoles yet without help from FSU. As much talent as Florida State has lost, they have recruited among the nation’s elite for several years now. The schedule is quite manageable early. There is a a game at Boston College, and the Eagles haven given FSU fits, but games with Texas State, South Florida and Wake Forest among the first 4 games ease the Noles into 2015. They have better across the board talent than every team on their schedule. If Everett Golson or Sean Maguire can play consistently at QB, I don’t think running the table is that far fetched .

Will Go 9-3 (5-3) if:
This was a great year for FSU to schedule lightly out of conference, so I can’t see Florida State winning fewer than 9 games. Certainly Georgia Tech and Clemson are capable of beating FSU in their home stadiums. The Seminoles have major issues at LB. Reggie Northrup is coming off injury, and Matthew Thomas is out for the year. When healthy the starting group may have been the ACC’s best, but this could be a big hole in the defense this year. A Miami, Louisville, NC State or the Florida Gators could trip up the Noles, if FSU has an off day. Dalvin Cook was a sure fire All-ACC RB, if he is available, but we don’t know his status for 2015. That could add more pressure on the QB position than Jimbo Fisher may want.

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