Things are getting ugly in the Tallahassee. After the Florida State football team lost its quarterback on the opening week of the season, the Seminoles appear to be getting worse every week.
After dropping their rivalry game to the University of Miami two weeks ago, the program appears to be in a tailspin.
They lost again on Saturday, this time to Lamar Jackson and the Louisville Cardinals. With frustration at an all-time high, Jimbo Fisher didn’t take kindly to the heckling he was getting from a fan in the stands.
— joe rondone〽️ (@joerondone) October 21, 2017
It appears Fisher is losing his cool as he watches his empire crumble. The Seminoles entered the season as a potential College Football Playoff contender; their matchup against Alabama was viewed as potential preview of the National Championship.
After six games, they’re 2-4 and their coach is issuing threats to fans in the stands.
Worst of all, that fan might not be totally wrong. Despite the fact that they’re playing without their starting quarterback, the Seminole offense hasn’t been their biggest problem.
Florida State has had a hard time keeping the opposing team out of the end zone; Louisville tagged them for 31 points this Saturday.
It’s already a lost season for Florida State. What can they do to stop their losing ways from bleeding into next season? Perhaps a few changes on the coaching staff isn’t such a bad idea.
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