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  • FSU: the tale of a lost season

    If 2020 was nothing else, pray it was rock bottom for the Seminoles. Its a long fall from a National championship 7 years ago. Coaching problems, recruiting problems, culture problems, and every year the Seminole faithful are just a little more beat down because it just seems to be getting worse. 2020 started with....we'll call it "managed expectations." There were some new bright spots, a much improved special teams, a change at QB, and the attitude. Seems the last 3 years, the Noles quit their season early and just phoned it in. Playing spoiler, even in a messed up season like this, gives you some sense, that there is a team that can compete in there somewhere soon. 2022, 2023 maybe we are talking about a solid 9-3 team again? Until then, the coaching staff is making the right moves. Cleaning house is not just an option, it is a necessity. Moving forward, the youth on this team over the next 3-4 years may be the biggest obstacle to winning; a big change from inflated egos, prima donnas, and senses of entitlement that have plagued us since the last year of Jimbo Fischer.

    Still....faced with blowout losses, its clear there are still some changes needed in Tallahassee. Here's to next season.
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