FSU won't commit to starting QB as Everett Golson still iffy

Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher is unsure if Everett Golson will be ready to return from a concussion, leaving the Seminoles' quarterback plans up in the air heading into Saturday's game at No. 3 Clemson.

Golson, who did not play in the Seminoles' 45-21 victory against Syracuse on Saturday, is listed as the starting quarterback on the depth chart. Fisher, however, said the decision will mostly hinge on Golson's health and did not discount the possibility that both quarterbacks could play Saturday.

"We have two guys, we know now they can come in and play very well," Fisher said. "Both have had outstanding games throughout this season. Everett has had a 370-yard game. Sean has had a 350-yard game. We feel very comfortable with them."

Sean Maguire, who got his second career start, threw for 349 yards and three touchdowns in the win against the Orange. Maguire started last year's 23-17 win over Clemson when Jameis Winston was suspended for the first half, passing for 304 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions.

Fisher added that running back Dalvin Cook has made progress from the ankle injury, but he did not say if he would be ready Saturday.

Cook and Golson returned to practice Monday. Golson also practiced last week and was not listed on the injury report before being held out against the Orange.

Information from The Associated Press contributed to this report.