CLEMSON, S.C. – There are appropriate questions when a team loses to a rival by 31 points. And when it’s a fifth straight loss in the series by a cumulative total of 195-85.
There are questions: Who should be the quarterback? Can this offensive line still take a step forward? Is the defense just overwhelmed against the defending champs? And, of course, is this loss worse than the 2018 defeat to Clemson?
All are valid. Let’s say this: FSU’s loss to Clemson was pretty much a foregone conclusion. The Seminoles aren . . .
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