It's always hard to tell when it's a good time to move on from a head coach, especially in college football. 


Things can change in an instant. 


One moment you could be the nation's sweetheart, and the next, a bad loss can cost you a shot at a championship. 


Although when a preseason title favorite gets pummeled by Boston College 35-3, dropping the team to a putrid 2-5, that should be a pretty good indication. 


It's been far from easy for Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher this year. After losing starting QB Deondre Francois in the opener against 'Bama, Fisher has struggled to get the offense going. 

​​Backup freshman QB James Blackman has struggled to fill in, with seven touchdowns against seven interceptions. Yet, I don't blame the kid--he's only a freshman, and freshmen make mistakes. I refuse to believe for a second that this season would come down to one position on the field. For a team that supposedly had a championship roster, they should have the depth and defensive intensity to overcome anything, even the loss of a signal caller.


With a conference record of 2-4, other (weaker) ACC teams are running circles around the Seminoles, in a down year for the conference.

This is embarrassing. The 'Noles are a top 5 program. A bad year for FSU is the 10-3 (5-3 conference record) that they posted last year. 


This year is so bad that heads will roll--starting with Jimbo.