FSU football: Why postponing the Clemson game was the right decision

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FSU football did the right thing by postponing the Clemson game.

FSU football fans got a big surprise Saturday morning when the news broke the game with Clemson would be postponed.

It was a lose-lose situation for the Noles. No matter what, the narrative was going to be they were scared to play because they were 35 point underdogs.

However, as I pointed out on Twitter, that’s a stupid narrative considering the Noles have already played two top-five ranked teams this season as double-digit underdogs and beat one of them in North Carolina.

The other team was the only team to beat Clemson this year in Notre Dame.

FSU has gotten blasted by Clemson the past three years, so it’s not like they had anything to lose with getting blown out again.

It’s what everyone expected, and beating FSU wouldn’t help Clemson’s resume to make the College Football Playoff.

There’s no reason for FSU to expose its players to a team that’s proven they are not capable of following the proper protocols. Here’s why it was the right move to postpone the game.

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