Gameday Central: Seminoles, Florida vs Boston College Eagles

Gameday Central: Seminoles, Florida vs Boston College Eagles

FSU Seminoles are located in Chestnut Hill to face the Boston College Eagles at Alumni Stadium in the early afternoon. The game will be broadcast on ACCNetwork, which means that millions of FSU fans who are stuck with Comcast cable unfortunately won’t be able to watch the game due to arrogance on both sides.

The Seminoles 4-6 are once again the underdog on the road this week versus the 6-4 Eagles. FSU holds a 13-5 all-time series in head-to-head matches against BC, scoring a 4-1 win whenever Boston College is ranked in the top 25.

According to DraftKings, Florida is currently a 1.5 point subject to Boston College, with an over/under at 54.5 points.

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Pre-game coverage from Tomahawk Nation

  • The depth chart for FSU vs Boston College shows only one major change after their victory over Miami-Freshman Omarion Cooper is now listed as a rookie alongside Jarrian Jones.
  • Read Live updates from Mike Norville’s press conference on Monday as the FBI scores its biggest win of Mike Norville’s tenure
  • how to watch Florida State Football: FSU vs.
  • Read and watch It was everything Florida and Miami had to be: “Norville reviews the great rivalry that triumphs over Miami. Our guys never wavered. They played to the end, they fought.”
  • Perry gives you a file Vegas feud, spread, and over/under, and that “The Seminoles are once again an underdog on the road”
  • Watch and read in FSU Offensive Coordinator Kenny Dillingham reviews FSU’s offensive performance against Miami and praises Jordan Travis – “We have special kids, that’s it.”
  • Max Escarpio keeps track so you don’t have to, from Noles in the Pros – Ronald Darby shines in a heavy loss
  • Watch and read in Florida State coaches Adam Fuller and John Papuchis review the win over Miami – “When your best players are your most hardworking, that sets the tone for everyone.”
  • Did you know this FSU’s Jermaine Johnson has been named the ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week for the fourth time this season? This comes in the wake Keir Thomas was selected as a defensive line last week due to his two portfolios against Wolfpack
  • Read and watch Tommy’s personal notes from FSU Football Report Tuesday: Boston College Week—along with video interviews with FSU QB Jordan Travis and DB Amarion Cooper, who talks about his big interception against Miami, playing as a real freshman, and his mindset about success.
  • Listen to “Seminole Wrap” As our guest rappers this week are Brian Pellerin, Juan Montalvo III, and Tommy Mire, who talked about FSU’s big win against Miami and the Boston College preview, then threw in some fiery tunes.
  • Read and watch Tommy’s personal notes from Florida State Wednesday Practice Report – Shipping to Boston – The latest news and updates from the FFL’s soccer practice, featuring video interviews with Dylan Gibbons and Callen Delauch
  • did you listen to The Florida State of Recruiting Podcast with NoleThruandThru, Josh Pick and TimScribble as they discussed ‘How will Miami’s win translate to enlistment? Imaginary momentum… or colossal effects for years to come? ‘
  • Watch FSU coach Mike Norville spoke after Wednesday’s training – “It’s going to take all the fitness, all the intensity, all we have against a very talented Boston College team.”
  • Watch and read ‘The Triple Option’: FSU vs. Miami Film Review – How did FSU win their big time?
  • did you read that FSU’s new defensive linebacker Amarion Cooper has earned two accolades from the ACC – some well-deserved honors for budding Seminoles star?
  • Please check out John Marchant FSU football opponent Q&A: This week we are enjoying talking with Niraj Patel from BC . County, SBN’s blog for the Boston College Eagles. We chatted about Ted Lasso, the indie bands, and duh, the game.
  • If you haven’t already, check out Brian Pellerin’s latest release College Football Week 12 Picks: Ohio State and Michigan State battle in a CFP elimination game as Wake Forest gets her chance to score an ‘impressive’ victory
  • New Recruitment Thread #20 is now open to VIP members only- NoleThruandThru and Josh Pick keep you up to date on Latest FSU Recruitment News @ Tomahawk Nation Center for All Things Florida State Football Recruitment – ‘The OFFICIAL Tribe’ 22 Recruiting Thread #20
  • Remuneration Employment Cover – Florida State Recruiters: Can FSU Capitalize on Current College Football Landscape? By Tim Scribble, NoleThruandThru and Josh Pick


game notes via

  • The Seminoles turned 25 consecutive trips into the red for a total of 150 points, which is the longest active streak in the ACC and the third longest active streak in the state (via ESPN Statistics and Information). It is also the program’s longest red zone point streak since converting 31 in a row across the 2016 and 2017 seasons. FSU was 1 for 1 with a touchdown in the red against Louisville, 6–6 against Syracuse, scoring four touchdowns and 2 field goals, 3 for 3 in North Carolina with three touchdowns, 6 for 6 against UMass with five touchdowns and one field goal, 1 for 1 at Clemson with a touchdown, 2 for 2 with two touchdowns against North Carolina and 6 for 6 with three touchdowns and three field goals versus Miami.
  • FSU ranks first in the ACC and 18th in the country with 71.4 red zone touchdowns this season (25 of 35).
  • Florida State has scored at least one interception in six straight games, the program’s longest running streak since 2014, and has a total of 12 tips in those games. The Seminole’s 16-meal season ranks second in the ACC.
  • The Seminoles have run for at least 200 yards in six of their first 10 games this season and are one of 14 teams with six 200-yard runs this year. The last time the FA produced six 200-yard dash games in a 10-game period was in 2017 when the Seminoles dash for at least 200 yards in six of the last 10 games of the season.
  • In the 21 seasons from 1995 to 2020, Florida State had at least six 200-yard dash games in one season five times (1995, 2002, 2012, 2013, 2017). FSU posted four 200-yard dash games in nine competitions in 2020 averaging 193.4 rushing yards per game in 19 games under Mike Norville.
  • Florida State produced 100 yards in six of its first 10 games of 2021, and is one of only seven teams in the country to have at least six different games with 100 yards and six 200-yard dash games as a team. this year. Jashawn Corbin has four 100-yard games, the fourth-highest total in the ACC, center back Jordan Travis has two 100-yard games, third among ACC’s players and the 8th-most aggregate in the conference.
  • Florida tied for 11th in the country with six plays at least 60 yards long this season and tied for 13th with three plays at least 70 yards. Three FSU rushing plays of at least 60 yards and two rushing plays of at least 70 yards each rank first in the ACC and tied for fourth nationally, while its four rushing plays of at least 50 yards tied for third in the conference and third Ten in the nation.
  • The Seminoles held Miami to a rushing 43 yards, the 7-lowest rush-in for Hurricanes in 66 games of the series ever, and the lowest number allowed by the FFA in any game since Miami held to 40 yards on November 2, 2019. It was Also the third best quick defense in a singles match in Mike Norville’s career as a coach.
  • FSU ranks second in the ACC and 11th nationally in red zone defense, allowing 70.4 percent of drives to reach the red zone. Florida held opponents for 6 of 12 (.500) red zone transfers in October, the ACC’s best defensive pit stop and the second best defensive pit stop in the nation.
  • The Seminoles were marked for two penalties versus NC State, the lowest in a Seminole game since 2014 and tied for the second lowest singles game total by the ACC this season.

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