Dan Wolken writes about one of the story lines at the ACC Media Days coming up:
Florida State: This looked like a year for the Seminoles to take a step back from the national scene before regrouping in 2016. But when quarterback Everett Golson transferred from Notre Dame and took his talents to Tallahassee, it put Florida State back into the conversation — at least in theory. Golson’s name is probably bigger than his impact — remember, he left Notre Dame because he hadn’t beaten out Malik Zaire for the starting job following spring practice — but it still makes the Seminoles a compelling watch.
Plus, it’s Florida State, where there rarely seems to be a shortage of off-field drama these days. De’Andre Johnson, a high-profile freshman quarterback, was dismissed from the team last week after video was released of him striking a woman at a bar. Last month, coach Jimbo Fisher released a statement acknowledging that he and his wife Candi had recently separated and were in the process of a divorce. That’s a difficult moment for anyone, much less someone whose life is so public.
Add the late news about Dalvin Cook’s arrest and I wouldn’t be surprised if Fisher is seen walking around Pinehurst wearing a “Ask Me About Everett Golson” t-shirt.
It’s gonna be a Clay Travis field day.