After a dismantling at the hands of the Clemson Tigers, Florida State head coach Willie Taggart said that he felt some of his players quit on during the game. Evidently, a few ‘Noles still had some fight after the game, just…not in the way you want.
According to ESPN’s Andrea Adelson, even after a 49-point demolition, some players on both sides had things to say.
She reports that players from Clemson and Florida State football had to separated after the game.
Several Florida State and Clemson players exchanged words on the field after the game and had to be separated by the coaching staffs.
— Andrea Adelson (@aadelsonESPN) October 27, 2018
It is unclear the extent of what happened, and it doesn’t seem like anyone got the brush-up on video. Still, it’s hard to see how this happens, especially from Florida State’s side.
Many were quick to say as much, considering the 59-10 Clemson win.
What did the FSU players say? "Thank you Sir, may I have another?"
— James Knudson (@JamesKnudson2) October 27, 2018
Star freshman Trevor Lawrence had one of the best games of his young career against Florida State in the win.
He completed 20-of-37 passes for 314 yards and four touchdowns, without an interception.
FSU was held to just 247 yards, and failed to break even on the ground. The Seminoles posted -21 yards rushing.