TALLAHASSEE, FL - SEPTEMBER 12: Jesus Wilson #3 of the Florida State Seminoles makes a 23-yard touchdown reception behind Johnny Ward #24 of the South Florida Bulls in the third quarter at Doak Campbell Stadium on September 12, 2015 in Tallahassee, Florida. Florida State defeated South Florida 34-14. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

Florida State likely without its best receiver for 'extended period of time'

That's less than ideal.

Florida State has already had to play one game without star wide receiver Jesus "Bobo" Wilson. It looks like the Seminoles and quarterback Deondre Francois will have to keep playing without their favorite target.

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Head coach Jimbo Fisher confirmed on Tuesday that Wilson "is out... won't be playing" in this week's game against North Carolina State. He also said that Wilson would "most likely" be out for an extended period of time when asked about it.

Wilson was also held out of the Clemson game on Saturday because of a foot injury he suffered against Wake Forest two weeks prior. After this week, FSU will have three games remaining against Boston College, Syracuse and Florida to end the season.

Wilson is tenth in school history with 133 catches and is second on the team this year with 30 receptions for 390 yards. His 26 career starts are the most of any current Seminole offensive player.

[h/t College Football Talk]