GAINESVILLE, FL - NOVEMBER 28: Sean Maguire #10 of the Florida State Seminoles attempts a pass during the game against the Florida Gators at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on November 28, 2015 in Gainesville, Florida. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

FSU could have Sean Maguire much sooner than expected, and that's bad news for Ole Miss

This is some good news for the Noles.

When Florida State quarterback Sean Maguire broke a bone in his foot two weeks ago, most people thought he would miss significant time. That may no longer be the case as he has been seen practicing, going through individual and team drills per ESPN.

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Head  coach Jimbo Fisher initially diagnosed the injury as a three or four week recovery time. Maguire might be a superhuman though and even though he had a screw placed in his foot on Aug 15. he appears to be available for the Ole Miss game, if not featured in it.

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Last year, Maguire accrued 11 touchdowns and 1,520 passing yards. Deondre Francois is slated to start the game right now despite his freshman status and lack of experience. However, he has supreme athleticism and a rocket arm, which is always good for a quarterback.


[h/t Saturday Down South]