Florida State QB Deondre Francois took to social media to express his feelings about Jimbo Fisher le
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Florida State QB Deondre Francois took to social media to express his feelings about Jimbo Fisher leaving for Texas A&M and how it was handled. Apparently, the players found out via the media as they prepare to play Louisiana-Monroe, a game they need to win to clinch bowl eligibility...


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He was trying to reach his players, but he needed to get his Christmas tree to the curb.
Reply14 months
Grammar police everywhere in the comments
Reply14 months
Trademarked his handle? What a tool.
Reply14 months
"No call, no text, you could of said something" Could of? Hope he's not an English major.
Reply14 months
Such a Nick Saban move. I guess he learned from the master of moving out without saying goodbye.
Reply14 months
Who is this Mark guy?
Reply14 months
He is the detective that Fisher had sitting on his house to see who all bought tickets for the train his wife was conducting.
14 months
Could have*
Reply14 months
"you could of aksed and he would of told ya"
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14 months
In his defense, thats the main issue I have with instant news these days. In any event these days, its instantly tweeted out so someone can claim they broke the news first. Its a pretty shitty situation when you arent even able to tell your players before its leakes or you find out you are traded before you get a phone call.
Reply14 months
Are you saying the media put it out before jimbo knew? How the F could they put it out before he could tell his players? Tell the players, then put it out that you are leaving. That's such bs.
14 months
Scott Frost was able to tell his players before the news leaked out ... appears it really isn't that hard to accomplish.
14 months
Could.........of.......... but he is right you know
Reply14 months
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