Florida ripens to take back Knowles control

Florida ripens to take back Knowles control

CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA – OCTOBER 9: Head coach Mike Norville of Florida State Seminole interrogates an official during the first half of a game against the North Carolina Tar Heels at Keenan Memorial Stadium on October 09, 2021 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

The FA’s win over Miami on Saturday night may signal a change of guard at Sunshine State.

Who would have thought that was possible after the second week of the season? The coaching staff showed their work ethic and willingness to move forward in the off-season, and they recruited to put themselves in a position to have a better class than Florida and Miami while out season 3-6.

I explained why it happened six months ago.

Just like the past four years, Florida and Miami have failed to capitalize on the misfortunes of FSU. They failed to capitalize on FSU beginning the season 0-4. Miami was 2-4 at a time, and Florida was 4-5 before going to life and death with Samford on Saturday.

FSU will wrap up its regular season with a chance to qualify for the championship if they can avoid a disappointing game against Boston College on Saturday.

I don’t think FSU should win this game, but if they win, it would be a definitive statement about the direction of the three programs.

Here’s why Florida is ripe to get the Noles back.

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