Florida State football: Inside the numbers – Tallahassee Democrat – Tallahassee.com
Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher talks after Tuesday’s practice. Wayne McGahee III
Nov 5, 2016; Raleigh, NC, USA; Florida State Seminoles defensive end DeMarcus Walker (44) gestures to the crowd after a win against the North Carolina State Wolfpack at Carter Finley Stadium. Florida State won 24-20. Mandatory Credit: Rob Kinnan-USA TODAY Sports(Photo: Rob Kinnan, Rob Kinnan-USA TODAY Sports)
– The number of receiving yards that Florida State wide receiver Nyqwan Murray has over the last two games. Murray was named the ACC receiver of the week for his 9 reception, 153-yard performance against N.C. State last Saturday. With Bobo Wilson out, he is the second leading active receiver on the team behind Travis Rudolph with all but 56 yards coming in the last two games.
127 – The Number of yards running back Dalvin Cook needs to become the all-time leader in career rushing yards at FSU. Warrick Dunn holds the record with 3,959 yards. Cook is averaging 126 rushing yards per game this season, but Boston College is only giving up 106.6 yards per game on the ground.
61.8 – The percentage of passes that quarterback Deondre Francois is completing at home. Francois is much better at home than on the road where he is completing just 58.5 percent of his passes. He has actually thrown 23 more passes when FSU is on the road than when the Seminoles are at home. Three or his four interceptions have come at home.
52 – The number of tackles for FSU defensive end DeMarcus Walker through nine games. Walker leads the team in tackles this season by eight. If he finishes the year with the most tackles it will