Depth chart for FSU vs Boston College

Seminoles, Florida Football is preparing to continue playing ACC, striving to start 4-0 when it is Boston Eagles College Headed to Tallahassee on Saturday.

The Seminoles come out with a tough win against Louisville, and overcame multiple hits to escape with a 35-31 road win.

Before this week’s game against the Eagles, Florida Released the forecast weekly depth chart, without any changes:

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Midfield: Jordan Travis

Running Back: Treshaun Ward

Running Back: Lawrence Toffeli

Wide Receivers: Mycah Pittman, Ontaria Wilson, Malik McClain, Johnny Wilson

Tight End: Camryn MacDonald

Tight End: Markston Douglas

Left intervention: Robert Scott Jr

Left goalkeeper: Dylan Gibbons

Position: Maurice Smith

Right goalkeeper: Dimitri Emmanuel or Darius Washington

Correct Intervention: Gasstone Torntain


Defensive end: Derek McClendon II or Jared Verse

Defensive intervention: Fabian Lovett

Nose treatment: Robert Cooper

Fox: Dennis Briggs Jr

Full-back: Calin DeLoach or DJ Lundy, Tatum Petho

Nickel: Kevin Knowles II

Back corner: Reinardo Green, Amarion Cooper

Buck: Akeem Dent

Safety: Jimmy Robinson

special teams

Return kick: Duece Spann or Sam McCall, Mycah Pittman

Back font: Micah Bateman

Kicker: Ryan Fitzgerald

Gambler: Alex Mastromano

Starting Specialist: Ryan Fitzgerald

The Long Snapper: James Rosenberry Jr.

Stand: Alex Mastromano

Florida State vs Boston College Game Notes

  • Florida hosts Boston College on Saturday in the Seminoles’ first home game in four weeks. After opening its home season on August 27, the team played LSU in New Orleans and after an open date in Louisville.
  • FSU is 3-0 to start the season and 1-0 at ACC, both for the first time since 2015.
  • The Seminoles are the only unbeaten team in Florida. This is the tenth season since 1993 FSU was the last unbeaten team in the state, and the most of all Florida schools.
  • FSU leads the ACC and ranks 11th in the nation with an average of 242.3 dash yards per game.
  • Seminoles ranks 3rd in the ACC in passing yards per completion, 3rd turnover to bottom and total first dips. The Seminoles average 14.3 yards per finish, are 21st in the state, and have converted 53.7 percent of their third dip, which is ranked 15th nationally, and 76 first touchdowns of the season ranked 33rd in FBS.
  • Florida’s defense ranks second in the martial center in pass defense and has recovered. Seminole’s average pass of 174.3 yards allowed per game is 24 in the state, and four fluctuating recoveries are seventh nationally.
  • The Seminoles are second to third nationally with two kicks blocked, thanks to a blocked field goal and one blocked. Both FSU blocks came in a 24-23 win against LSU, which was the third game with multiple blocks under coach Mike Norville.
  • Florida State scored on its first run after halftime in every game this season. The Seminoles scored touchdowns against Duquesne and in Louisville and created a field goal against LSU to open the second half.
  • FSU in Louisville was led by Johnny Wilson’s 149-yard wide receiver and 126 yard flush receiver Treshaun Ward, the 18th time in program history, and first since 2015 against Syracuse, with a 125-yard rusher and a 125-yard receiver in the same game.
  • Florida State produced three 100-yard runs in the same game for the first time in the program’s history versus Duquesne. Treshaun Ward led the group with 127 yards and two career best touchdowns, while Treshaun Ward rushed for 105 yards and one touchdown and Lawrence Toffeli scored 101 yards and one point in the second 100-yard game of his career.
  • FSU was the first ACC to have three 100-yard races in the same game since Clemson reached that mark on November 3, 2018, versus Louisville.
  • The Seminoles rushed for 406 yards and passed for 232 yards in a win over Duquesne, only the fifth 400-200 game in program history and the first since October 14, 1995, vs. Wake Forest. In records dating back to 2000 via Sports Reference, this was the eighth time an ACC team dribble for at least 400 yards and pass for at least 200 yards in the same game and the first since December 12, 2020, when North Carolina State topped those. Standards in Miami.

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