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Old 10-11-2017, 04:15 PM
 
Location: Mooresville, NC
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The problem at FSU has no where near as much to do with who's currently under center as it does with coaching and OL play. As an NCSU guy myself I have no love for the 'Noles but their QB can play albeit he is a true freshman so there will be mistakes. The OL is complete hot garbage though. They need to fire Trickett and move on. In our game there was no reason to leave that OT on an island against Chubb like that, especially with a freshman QB making his first start. You have to throw a TE that way or someone to help out but the coaching there is arrogant enough to think 1:1 is going to work after it fails over and over.

FSU has way too much talent to be playing like they are, whether Francois is under center or not, and that's on the coaching staff.
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