Saturday’s loss for Florida State was brutal. Boise State is a very good team, but blowing a 31-16 lead in the second half in front of a half-full stadium? Boy has FSU fell off.
So, who is to blame for this loss? Is it the QB? The coaching staff? The players? Nope, the hydration of the players:
SOURCE-“I think after going through last weekend and seeing our guys going down and cramping, one thing we talked about with our medical staff is our guys got to hydrate.”
“That can’t be on Friday, that can’t be on Thursday, they need to start hydrating early in the week and take care of their bodies. We can’t leave it up to our players just to do it. We’ve got to force them to hydrate and take care of themselves.
“I don’t know if we did a good job of that last weekend. One of those situations where you live and learn, and we’ll make sure that we help our guys when it comes to that.”
Yes, hydration is why they didn’t recover this football:
Just a reminder that Boise State is from Idaho. How on earth were they hydrated and you weren’t, Mr. Taggart? Here is the thing, in a situation like this, just say we got outplayed and outcoached. It’s that simple! Don’t make up excuses. You got outplayed by Boise State, on your hometurf, with a freshman QB. Be better.
Checking in on the FSU graphics department:
Find a way to beat UL-Monroe, FSU! FIND A WAY! DIG DEEP!