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TheOriginalCane

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my Seminole friend said he expects 5 wins.

Which technically is progress.


I'm not so sure about that. They only played 9 games last year, this year they will play 12. There was only 1 OOC game last year, this year there are 4. Setting aside the certain of losing to UiF, that is two extra OOC patsies on which to show a "two game wins improvement".

5 wins in 2021 = 3 wins in 2020

But you are probably "technically" correct. We should still remind F$U fans that they are "statisically" incorrect.

I do love that one F$U porster who tries to claim that this is "technically" Year 1 for Norvell.
 

TheOriginalCane

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Not so much that they wuss'd out but the way they did it. Basically Clemson travelled with a kid who tested positive. Clemson did all the correct protocols to still play, they could have played, ACC and clemson said it was ok to play and FSU said no and made them travel for nothing and he specifically called out the FSU admins. link below

https://www.espn.com/college-footba...postponing-game-clemson-player-tests-positive


And cancelled the game on Saturday morning.
 

TheOriginalCane

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Dabo is going to keep the starters in the entire game... He gives zero f*cks what people will say about him afterwards and accusations he ran up the score. He will absolutely make a statement about what happened last season


In his post-game press conference, Dabo needs to justify keeping the starters in for the entire game by claiming that they needed the extra reps that they missed in 2020.
 

TheOriginalCane

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Did I read that right? IF all these players are back from injuries we should be good? I feel so much dumber after reading that.


Correctamundo.

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No_Fly_Zone

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By the end of October, Forfeit State is going to be scrambling to make up excuses to avoid playing football again.
In fact, I predict a global news event about an illiterate cabal of toothless Forfeit State fans caught trying to break into the CDC's BSL-4 Lab in Atlanta.
 

TakeitinDiaz

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This level of insanity is profound.

Basically, the guy listed about 60 percent of the roster names. Lots of guys "might" be improved or "might" be better or "should" step up. The guy just projects projects projects and assumes that everyone will be better because they are one year older. He never states any specifics from spring practice or the Spring Game as visual evidence of why he expects improvement. Just crap like "X is back from his injury".

Of course the biggest assumption is on McKenzie. F$U fans expect him to beat ACC rivals the way that he beat AAC rivals at UCF. Why? The guy is going to be lucky to make it out of September alive.

And "Norvell"? Did those dipsh!tes SEE the slingshot and hear "Play That Funky Music White Boy"? They've got two solid blue-chip guys in that class (good for them) and a rash of decommits (or "rescinded offers"). The rest of their delusional hopes for a "Top Ten" recruiting class are based on beating the Vegas odds by 2.5 wins.

Then, when another F$U porster tries to throw some cold water on those delusional ravings (and Bud also tries to be honest about the wins projection), someone has to toss some mumbo-jumbo nonsense rebuttals in. They have a porster who tries to fight Bud on whether 3-9 or 4-8 is a better "worst case scenario" projection.

Sad. But hilarious. And I love to laugh at the SemenHoles and their fans.
you are right about mckenzie. i mean, ucf had a talent disparity with the aac at every position. fsu does not have a top five acc position group at any position group. mckenzie might be able to play well if he had any help, but he wasn't singlehandedly a world beater before, but he would have to be now.
 

TheOriginalCane

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you are right about mckenzie. i mean, ucf had a talent disparity with the aac at every position. fsu does not have a top five acc position group at any position group. mckenzie might be able to play well if he had any help, but he wasn't singlehandedly a world beater before, but he would have to be now.


Yep. You take a guy in a G5 conference where UCF was DOMINANT, and then move him to a P5 team that finished at the bottom of the conference...then mix in a bunch of transfers-out and a couple of overrated transfers-in...

And suddenly F$U fans think that McKenzie is going to dominate ACC defenses?

It's a bit much.
 

JG14

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you are right about mckenzie. i mean, ucf had a talent disparity with the aac at every position. fsu does not have a top five acc position group at any position group. mckenzie might be able to play well if he had any help, but he wasn't singlehandedly a world beater before, but he would have to be now.

He was legit before the injury. I watched a lot of their games. But he was that good since he was able to run. He is operating on one leg with a porous OL
 

GojiraCane

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Yep. You take a guy in a G5 conference where UCF was DOMINANT, and then move him to a P5 team that finished at the bottom of the conference...then mix in a bunch of transfers-out and a couple of overrated transfers-in...

And suddenly F$U fans think that McKenzie is going to dominate ACC defenses?

It's a bit much.
McKenzio could be effective for them if they had Alabama's offensive line. He seems like a great player and his comeback story is wonderful.

That said, they do not have Alabama's offensive line.
 

gogeta4

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He was legit before the injury. I watched a lot of their games. But he was that good since he was able to run. He is operating on one leg with a porous OL
He was "legit" against scrub defenses.
The change of level of play will be even more so than what Deriq King faced...add to it he wouldnt be able to run well and is behind apoor pass blocking line and going against some teams in the acc that can really get after the qb.
 

JG14

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He was "legit" against scrub defenses.
The change of level of play will be even more so than what Deriq King faced...add to it he wouldnt be able to run well and is behind apoor pass blocking line and going against some teams in the acc that can really get after the qb.

I dont know how much of it was Frost's system. That offense was humming, but Gabriel was just as good if not better. I thought Nebraska might have gone after him harder with their past success but fsu was definitely the easiest place to go to get the starting job basically guaranteed even with his leg issues.
 
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