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OldSchoolLion

FSU's Loss Breaks Records

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FSU's 59-10 loss to Clemson was their worst loss ever in the ACC and worst loss ever at Doak Campbell.  It equaled their worst loss in history.   

Prior to today, the records were as follows:  

  • FSU's worst loss ever was a 49-0 loss to Florida in 1973, a year the Noles finished 0-11. 
  • FSU's worst loss at Doak Campbell was a 58-14 loss to Southern Miss in 1981, the last year FSU did not go to a bowl game.
  • FSU's worst ACC loss was a 63-20 defeat to Louisville in 2016

FSU punted the ball 12 times.  FSU's punter has 60 punts in 8 games this year.  I believe that is tops in the country.   

The picture below says it all.

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21 minutes ago, OldSchoolLion said:

FSU's 59-10 loss to Clemson was their worst loss ever in the ACC and worst loss ever at Doak Campbell.  It equaled their worst loss in history.   

Prior to today, the records were as follows:  

  • FSU's worst loss ever was a 49-0 loss to Florida in 1973, a year the Noles finished 0-11. 
  • FSU's worst loss at Doak Campbell was a 58-14 loss to Southern Miss in 1981, the last year FSU did not go to a bowl game.
  • FSU's worst ACC loss a 63-20 defeat to Louisville in 2016

FSU punted the ball 12 times.  FSU's punter has 60 punts in 8 games this year.  I believe that is tops in the country.   

The picture below says it all.

DqiaMXHX0AIh220.jpg

 

Columbiafan is gonna do a top 100 in college this week so he can still rank FSU

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On 10/27/2018 at 7:47 PM, Cat_Scratch said:

I feel bad for FSU fans cause I know how it feels.

 

CFB goes in cycles.... This day was due... Any FSU fan who did not realize our time would come did not pay attention to reality

 

Image result for ramsay bolton you're not paying attention

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