Jimbo Fisher feeling good about Sean Maguire at QB

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Coming out of the spring at Florida State it is pretty clear the successor to Jameis Winston will be Sean Maguire. Head coach Jimbo Fisher has not made a final decision on the quarterback position just yet and has suggested the competition will carry over into the summer leading up to the start of the season, but Maguire has not done anything to be ruled out of the mix and nobody else on the roster has done anything to grab the starting job from him. For now, Fisher seems comfortable moving forward in the post-Winston era with Maguire leading the offense if he had to start the season tomorrow (he doesn’t, by the way)

I feel very good about Sean,” Fisher said Thursday at the Seminoles’ booster event in Panama City Beach according to The Orlando Sentinel. “Sean had a great spring, we have…

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David Ash sees morbid bad, fishy good in football retirement


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Were it not for concussion issues, and armed with a medical hardship waiver from the NCAA, David Ash would’ve been entering spring practice this year as a fifth-year senior.

Instead, the head injury concerns forced the Texas quarterback to retire from the game of football in September of 2014 and leaves him on the outside of the sport looking in as the Longhorns get set to kick off its second spring practice under head coach Charlie Strong in a couple of weeks. The premature retirement also forced him to deal with conflicting emotions on Twitter, the first of which was…


… which was followed up less than 24 hours later by…

After being anointed as the starter last July, Ash suffered yet another head injury in the 2014 season opener against North Texas and 

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