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5 Reasons Why Florida State Football Won't Repeat in 2015

5 Reasons Why Florida State Football Won't Repeat in 2015

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The Florida State Seminoles needed a bit of luck to win a national championship last season. Repeating that feat will be a bit problematic, and that is because of the improved competition. Jameis Winston certainly proved his worth as a player last year, but his off the field issues could end up having a residual effect on his play. Here are five reasons that the Seminoles will unfortunately not repeat in 2015.

5. Jameis Winston Has Crab Problems

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5. Jameis Winston Has Crab Problems

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We all heard about Jameis Winston's theft problem earlier this Spring, and I do not mean to rake him under the coals any more. Well, I kind of do, but that is mainly due to the comedy factor of it all. The young quarterback has shown prodigious skill in both football and baseball; we will have to see if he shows improved decision making in the future, because he does not need these issues popping up again for him in the NFL.

4. It's Tough To Repeat

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4. It's Tough To Repeat

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It certainly helps your cause during the regular season when you are in the ACC, and the Seminoles could have a shot if Winston can overcome his legal issues. Last year's Heisman trophy winner has a whole world of talent at his disposal, and State's chances at repeating hinge on his broad shoulders. For some reason, I just do not see it happening.

3. Jimbo Fisher Might Be Overconfident

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3. Jimbo Fisher Might Be Overconfident

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His crew had quite a lot of success last season, and part of the reason was how unexpected it was. The head coach might be a little bit too cocky as a result, but having a solid recruiting class certainly does not hurt one's confidence.

2. Alabama Looms Yet Again

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2. Alabama Looms Yet Again

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Nick Saban is probably pretty angry about the way things shook out last season, and I would anticipate the Alabama Rolling Tide to come back angry this time around. The SEC is always tough to play through, but the Tide have a fantastic recruiting class coming into town. If they can get to the title game, then do not bet against Saban and company.

1. Their Backup Could Come Back to Haunt Them

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1. Their Backup Could Come Back to Haunt Them

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Jacob Coker backed up Jameis Winston in 2013, but he could end up leading Alabama in 2014. T.J. Yeldon and Amari Cooper are also in play. We will just have to see who comes out firing in the fall, and then take things from there. In the end, I think the Seminoles will win the ACC again, but they will find defending their title to be too difficult.





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Oregon Ducks Unsurprisingly Pass Florida State Seminoles In Latest BCS Rankings





The Oregon Ducks have unsurprising passed the Florida State Seminoles in the latest BCS rankings, and it should not come as a surprise to anyone who is familiar with all this madness.

Everybody knows the ACC is kind of a wimpy conference when it comes to college football, and you can bet that if both teams win out that the Ducks will come out on top.

To tell the truth, the BCS is what makes me not like college football and is one of the main reasons I do not write on it often. If we saw a legitimate college football tournament, then it could be truly exciting. The way it is currently constructed however, does not make for incredible entertainment at least in the post season.

The Ducks lost their head coach, but they appear to be moving on full speed ahead regardless. The association with Nike cannot possibly hurt either, and it has certainly given their program a boost in the last few years. Their uniforms at least look damn good, do they not?

The Seminoles, on the other hand, have a history of success but it would certainly be unexpected if they had a Heisman trophy winner come out of the school.

The BCS is a science that I’ll admit alludes me at times, and here is hoping that a new solution is implemented as soon as possible. College football has too rich of a history to be tainted by this horrible computer system in this humble scribe’s opinion.

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