Post by aahhbigboy on Oct 21, 2007 22:20:19 GMT -5
I suppose 24 straight losses will do it to you, but this message board has become really mean sprited. A regular kick return formation...no!! Brown paper bags, yea that will make the players feel really great.
Let me guess, you think their record makes them feel good? It isn't about the players at this point. It's all about getting Fiasco Fobbs and Re-Todd (stole that from somebody up here, lol) outta here. Fiasco and Todd are being mean-spirited by not resigning.
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Post by jaffejoffa on Oct 22, 2007 18:50:48 GMT -5
AHHH HAHA...LOL...Someone tell the folks down in Tallahassee that we will gladly trade Fiasco for Bobby B!! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For sale sign on Bowden's lawn Sunday after loss to Miami Posted on Sun, Oct. 21, 2007Digg del.icio.us AIM print email By BRENT KALLESTAD Associated Press Writer Related Content UM rallies late to stun Seminoles
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- After a tough night at the office and a near sleepless night at home, Florida State coach Bobby Bowden couldn't help but notice the large "For Sale" sign on his lawn as he backed out of the driveway Sunday.
The big, bright red sign was mighty hard to miss sitting on the Bowden's carefully manicured lush green lawn at one of the most prominent addresses in the capital city.
"It ain't there now," chuckled Bowden, who removed the sign. "I ain't selling. I'll save it for when I get ready to move."
A prankster had placed the sign on the Bowden yard in the overnight darkness after archrival Miami defeated the Seminoles 37-29 with 13 points in the final 1:15.
Bowden said it reminded him of his days in West Virginia in the 1970s when he was once hung in effigy as well after a loss.
Florida State (4-3, 1-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) has now lost 10 of its last 14 league games after losing its second straight Saturday.
And Sunday wasn't the first time Bowden has discovered a "For Sale" sign in his Tallahassee yard, albeit it had been awhile.
But Bowden was more concerned about figuring out what's going on with his quarterbacks after junior quarterback Xavier Lee flamed out for the second straight game.
"It seems like he plays real good and then it kind of goes away," a slightly mystified coach said Sunday.
Lee, who was making his third start of the season and sixth of his career, was just 8 of 23 after the first quarter Saturday, losing a pair of interceptions and two fumbles as well.
"Those are the things that have made us reluctant to play him down through the years," Bowden said. "You hope that one day you can work out of that. That still could happen."
Drew Weatherford, who has played just one series since the first half of Florida State's 21-14 Sept. 29 victory over Alabama, isn't as mobile as Lee but more experienced and not prone to as many turnovers.
Bowden said redshirt freshmen quarterbacks D'Vontrey Richardson and Christian Ponder aren't ready yet and that using Lee off the bench might be a better way to go.
"Is Xavier better coming off the bench than he is starting a ballgame?" Bowden asked. "I guess that's something we ought to look at."
Duke (1-6, 0-4) is Florida State's homecoming date Saturday night before the Seminoles encounter a treacherous November schedule that features road games against three top-ranked teams - No. 2 Boston College, No. 8 Virginia Tech and No. 9 Florida plus a Nov. 17 home finale against scrappy Maryland.
"You don't want to panic," said Bowden, whose 370 career victories are now just one more than Penn State's Joe Paterno. "I still want to try and save this year if we can."
But Bowden's keeping the real estate sign - just in case.