The ESPN college football analyst thinks their chances of winning anything are over.
Florida State has lost starting quarterback Deondre Francois for the season.
The sophomore QB tore his patella tendon late in the loss to No. 1 Alabama. He will miss the entire year.
ESPN college football analyst Paul Finebaum appeared on SportsCenter Sunday morning to discuss FSU’s potential without Francois.
“I think they’re done,” he said. “I don’t see them coming back and winning out, which I think they would probably have to do, without him.”
Francois completed 19 of 33 passes for 210 yards and 1 touchdown in the loss to Alabama.
The Seminoles will now go with freshman James Blackman, a former three-star recruit, behind center.
FSU is set to play UL Monroe on Saturday before hosting Miami on Sept. 16.