FSU vs Florida Watch Party
Saturday, November 27
Seminoles One Win Away from Bowl Eligibility
After starting the season 0-4, FSU is now 5-6 after their 26-23 win at Boston College last week. Their only losses during that stretch were at Clemson, in a game they led with 3 minutes to go, and a loss to NC State where most of the team had the flu, including starting QB Jordan Travis, who missed the game.Both FSU and Florida are 5-6 on the year but the teams are going in different directions. UF has lost 5 of their last 7, with their wins coming against Vanderbilt and a 70-52 win against Samford. This stretch caused Florida to fire their head coach Dan Mullen. The Running Backs and Special Team coach, Greg Knox, will serve as interim head coach this week. Anytime these rivals face each other you can throw the records out the window and know both teams want to win this game. Bragging rights and a bowl berth are on the line, spend you Thanksgiving weekend with us cheering on the Noles at Sal’s. Happy Thanksgiving!
Sal’s Pizza and Pub
812 Lyndon Lane
Watch Party Committee Chairman: Tom O’Sullivan – email@example.com