Florida State Football: Why Seminoles Will Ruin ACC Media's Prediction

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Florida State Football: Why Seminoles Will Ruin ACC Media's Prediction
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How could FSU fall from grace and be the little brother of the state in 2012?

Florida State has had satisfactory, but not optimal results under Jimbo Fisher.

The fate of the program, while having an upward trajectory, is far from settled.

With recent news about Jimbo Fisher's ban on Twitter and Greg Reid's dismissal from the team, is there a question about how the program is running? Is there a lack of discipline on Fisher's squad? And if so, has Fisher been able to mitigate it or will the players' personal attitudes prevail in the fall?

We all know that each team member is a part of a whole, and if the team does not play as a whole everything falls apart for the year. All the bricks in Doak Campbell would come tumbling down (okay, not literally—I am embellishing just a tad bit).

The Seminoles have lost games (particularly in ACC play) that they should not have lost since Jimbo has come to rebuild the program. Sure, he is just entering his third season as head coach, but he has been offensive coordinator since 2007. Let us applaud Fisher for bringing FSU back to relevance, but let us also remember that the Seminoles are growing up and are still vulnerable.

Will they shock the ACC and not win the conference championship like last year? Even with the Tribe's easy schedule, it is a strong possibility. Let's see the hints of what might lead to another mediocre FSU season.

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