Florida State’s dynasty run began with recruiting classes in 1984 and ’85, which delivered hungry players who took the program to another level. The 1987 team went 11-1 and finished in the top 5 with a win over Nebraska in the Fiesta Bowl. You know the rest from there: FSU won two national titles and was in the top 5 each year through 2000.
Quarterback Danny McManus was a big part of the push as the starter in 1987. He takes a trip down memory lane to discuss his days at FSU with his center, Mark Salva, who is now also a football analyst with the Osceola. McManus, Salva and Patrick Burnham talk about FSU football past and present.