Players take to Twitter to campaign for Odell -- does this mean he wants the job?
(11'): Dream bowl matchup
(14'): Jordan Travis thoughts
(24'): What are the scenarios for Stoops, concerned he really wants the job?
(27'): Venables or Fleck or Campbell?
(31'): How can FSU beat Florida?
(49'): More emotion shown from the staff
(1:00): LSU blueprint?
(3'): Clark-Shreveport rivalry
(5'): What a likely timeline for Stoops/FSU looks like
(15'): Odell offers up 'change' that sounds pretty standard; what was going on?
(25'): Are we sure Odell couldn't pull this off?
(31'): Trust the coaches -- but were they being honest and how that affected the discussion around Jordan Travis
Music: Sparks the Rescue - Water Your Heart
What a satisfying win
(6'): Did the coaching change improve their play?
(11'): The most resilient drive of the game, season, Taggart Era.
(15'): Fooled Aslan, Briles went with Blackman.
(24'): Taggart was more meddlesome than led on.
(33'): Odell and his candidacy
(52'): 6 in a row over Florida in men's hoops. Get some!
(55'): More thoughts on Jordan Travis
(5'): No Big Marv
(13'): Stoops on rumors
(21'): Example of disorganization under Taggart
(26'): Anything Stoops wouldn't be able to get from FSU?
(31'): Closer look at PJ Fleck
Music: Thug Life - Don't Get It Twisted
(9'): Hoops falls 63-61 in season, ACC opener
(19'): Timeline on a new hire
(23'): We scared of Stoops' combative nature with the press?
(29'): What two candidates besides Stoops do we like.
(36'): Biggest issues for the rest of the season: players or coaches checking out?
(41'): How surprising was the move to part ways with Taggart?
(49'): Taggart instill discipline to do well in class, why did they act the fool on the field?
(5'): Big Game turning into long shot and "home run hires"
(20'): Some backlash beginning to form and will having more time to vet a coach mean a better pick?
(30'): This podcast is pro-Venables, money can't buy you happiness or wins.
(43'): Michael Langston updates the status of recruiting with the staff in limbo.
Music: Sleep On it - Under The Moment
(4'): 6-6 is not good enough -- athletics director lays down the gauntlet.
(7'): Corey's takeaway. Game 21 looked an awful lot like Game 1 and why this hire will be tough to screw up.
(16'): Will Odell have full support of Taggart loyalists on the staff, will he be able to galvanize like he did in 2017? Bowl eligibility is big, will it be Bob Stoops?
(48'): More on a bowl, the horror show that was VaTech game
(51'): 2-0dell back at it
Music: Mayer Hawthrorne - The Game
First thing's first -- seemed like a good dude.
(5'): Surprised by the timing
(14'): This thing was broken
(19'): Was it W-L's or belief in his ability to lead, organize?
(46'): Midseason fire, do they have the successor in mind?
(49'): Hot board
(50'): 'Keeping the same energy' -- any coach follows suit, yes, they will be criticized.
(56'): Will the next guy inherit a worse program than Willie did?
FSU and Bama to play a home-and-home in 2025-6. Good thing? Who will be coaching?
(15'): Do we keep moving the goalposts for Willie, the perks of Hornibrook, what if they win out, punting etc.
(8'): How can, will FSU be able to move the ball with Hornibrook at QB
(18'): FSU's offensive leaders send a message -- some subtly, some with style.
(29'): Is FSU is one player away from being fixed
(42'): Noah Mindel of CaneSport breaks down Miami
Music: Sleep On It - Hold Your Breath, Jay-Z/Kanye - No Church In The Jungle
Syracuse was a pretty lousy team but...
Akers shines. Hornibrook does marginally better. OL is still the OL.
Miami one of the better defenses FSU will face and there's much more to lose for Taggart than win on Saturday.
Absurd fan behavior...after a *win*!
Music: Tuxedo - On A Good One
Balancing the unease of the future with financial realities. No real precedents in P5 of coaches being relieved after 2 years barring 10+ loss seasons.
(36'): National, Super Bowl champion Chris Hope discusses toughness, excellence at FSU as 1999 team is set to be celebrated during homecoming
(7'): Willie backs Blackman, annoyed by the questions -- balancing the good and bad of his play
(26'): Blackman bears the onus, Hornibrook's sideline quirk
(30'): Taggart's comportment postgame and the way he 'girdes up' days later
(46'): Are we not talking enough about lost yards on punt returns?
Players are letting down Taggart but his game management isn't doing them many favors.
Obligatory QB discussion.
FSU only a few plays from being 5-2, 6-1...fair to focus on that?
What can be salvaged in the next five games?
Would post-Jimbo 2017 FSU beat 2019 FSU?
Music: The Used - Moving the Mountain