Call him the anti-Marshawn Lynch. Jimbo Fisher is here, and he doesn't care if he gets fined.
Following a 37-34 loss to Clemson -- Florida State's home loss to the Tigers in a decade -- the 'Noles head coach went in on the ACC officiating crew he thinks contributed to the team's loss.
Florida State was penalized 13 times for 111 yards to Clemson's nine flags for 84 yards. He was specifically mad about a chop block that negated a nice gain for Dalvin Cook and a flag against FSU's sideline.
"You hold coaches accountable, players accountable, hold the damn officials accountable. It's garbage," he said. "... It's cowardly. It's gutless. It's wrong."
— ESPNU (@ESPNU) October 30, 2016
Florida State could not hold leads of 28-20 and 34-29, falling 37-34 to the Tigers. On a last-gasp drive to win or tie the game, Florida State committed a holding penalty and, staked to a 1st-and-10 at the Clemson 34, two consecutive false starts that killed the drive's momentum.