FSU Triage report

CFLCane

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Keep it classy.



Quarterback James Blackman limped off the field at one point and entered FSU's injury tent on the sideline. He re-emerged to get his right ankle taped and remained in the game without missing an offensive snap.

Running back Jacques Patrick was limited in the second half due in part to a leg injury he suffered in the second quarter. While he played through it, he stated after the game that it resulted in FSU having to utilize Cam Akers a bit more often down the stretch.

Wide receiver Auden Tate continues to be bothered by his left shoulder injury suffered against N.C. State. He played through the pain on Saturday, but it was noticeable throughout the game and especially down the stretch. At one point, officials even made Tate leave the field because his arm was simply dangling. He returned to the field and grabbed the late touchdown that put FSU ahead in the final minutes.

Wide receiver George Campbell continues to deal with a core injury that he has previously had surgery on him. He was limited again on Saturday.

Wide receiver Keith Gavin was injured on a kick return early in the second half. Specifics of the injury were not given, despite head coach Jimbo Fisher being asked during his postgame press conference. The injury appeared to impact his right leg and/or foot. He was unable to put weight on that leg leaving the field. He was taken via medical cart to the locker room and did not return to the sideline after that point.

Offensive guard Landon Dickerson has been dealing with a right ankle injury since the game at Wake Forest and on Saturday appeared to re-aggravate the injury at one point. He came out of the game and missed some time, before returning with it again heavily taped.

Defensive end Jalen Wilkerson was injured at the end of the first quarter and didn't play after that point. He left under his own power.

Safety Trey Marshall left the game in the first half with an undisclosed injury. He was able to walk on his own with a trainer to the locker room. Fisher was asked in the postgame press conference about his status but did not provide an answer.

Safety A.J. Westbrook suffered a vicious hit on a crackback block against Miami and dealt with cramping and other ailments during the second half. He was able to continue playing, but didn't appear to be 100% down the stretch.
 

KWConch

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I know I’ll sleep better tonight knowing we didn’t kill or slightly maim any of them.
 

supacane

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That was a brutal game. They was gonna fight tooth and nail to maintain Thy streak. That's basically what their season came down to. We are banged up to. Specifically on O. At positions where depth is not great. Worse we have no bye with 7 games to go.

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Notsince1985

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We don't play FSU for another year. Who the **** cares about a 6-5 team?
 

JHallCanes

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OP has always been an undercover piece of ****.

Now you just blurt it out. Thanks for your honesty.
 

CFLCane

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OP has always been an undercover piece of ****.

Now you just blurt it out. Thanks for your honesty.
The **** are you talking about, i just wanted to know to know how many bodies we left out on the field. Figured others would be interested how much we decimated them. Calm your tits.
 
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Any other team, we destroy because of all those injuries... Rivalry game only reason why it was close
 

CFLCane

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Lol ok sweetheart.
 
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