The Seminoles were embarrassed on national television on Friday night, losing to Boston College, 35-3, and now are on the verge of missing their first bowl game since 1981.
The Eagles saw their season come to an end in a 4-0 loss to Virginia in the ACC Tournament on Wednesday evening.
The Eagles fell to the University of Virginia on Thursday night, but redeemed themselves with a victory over Virginia Tech on Sunday.
Earlier this month, people were starting to speculate whether or not the Eagles would win a single conference game this season. Now, there’s no telling when they’ll lose one.
The Seminoles are on pace to miss their first bowl game since 1982. But as far as Eagles head coach Steve Addazio is concerned, FSU is still one of the most talented teams in the nation.
The Eagles have scored 40 or more points in back-to-back games for the first time since 2002. Their scoring average has jumped 6.7 points, and their entertainment value has skyrocketed.
Anthony Brown completed close to 80 percent of his passes and tossed three touchdowns in what was the Eagles’ largest margin of victory against an ACC opponent in the Steve Addazio era.
The Eagles will likely lean on freshman stud A.J. Dillon as it tries for its first two-game ACC winning streak since 2014.