we beat the dog **** out of them, and we have a better team this year, with also a preseason to get the offense more installed. I dont get that logic of that guy if anything theyll maybe be able to keep the game close for a bit but thats about it. and NC state and Louisville will prob smash them too. what world do they live in. Im surround by FSU fans who are optimistic with maybe 8 wins but think Miami smashes. they wont even watch the game with me.This is unicorn and puppy dog delusion.
When reality hits, it will be cold and it will be hard.
5-7 with humiliating losses to ND, UNC, Clemson, UM and UF. And they will lose to two of UL, NCSt or BC.
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The question really isn’t if Milton can be healthy enough to be able to be a good qb.
The question is can he withstand an entire season of constantly getting hit and running outside the pocket.
I would assume that they’re gonna tell him to throw if he’s in trouble. But old habits die hard. And even if he doesn’t run he might have to at least maneuver to avoid a sack. I don’t see how he holds up that long without that knee swelling up.