In this episode of the Renegade Report, Herc & Nolebra Kai recap FSU’s 37-31 victory over Oklahoma State.
Some will look at last night’s performance as evidence that the 2014 Seminoles lack the hunger and leadership that propelled the program to a National Title last season. Some will look at last night’s performance as evidence that FSU doesn’t have a viable #2 receiver to line up opposite of Rashad Greene. Some will look at last night’s performance as evidence that FSU doesn’t have anyone to fill the void left by Timmy Jerningan’s departure. Finally, some will look at last night’s performance as the reality check that this team needed fully cure their championship hangover.
Despite throwing for 370 yards and accounting for 2 touchdowns, it was a below average performance for Jameis Winston thanks to two costly interceptions. The offensive line struggled to create running lanes for the backs and the receivers not named Rashad Greene struggled to consistently get open.
Despite the sub-par performance in all 3 phases, we still think last night will prove to be a blessing in disguise.
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