However, UNC coach John Bunting said during his weekly press conference on Tuesday that he expects senior Jacque Lewis to be back to full speed at practice today.
"Ronnie is progressing, but he is very, very doubtful for this game," Bunting said. "We would have to have a minor miracle."
When asked if McGill would travel with the team to Tallahassee, Bunting said, "I don't know. I'll have to talk to Ronnie about that. I'd like to have him on the sideline, but anybody that travels better be ready to contribute in another way if you're not out there on the football field."
"I have full knowledge of what he did and that's over with," Bunting said. "I know all the facts. There is no question about what took place. It was a bad mistake."
"If you take a look at the Virginia game and what took place on Saturday, there were four of five plays where if we connect, No. 1, it's a different ballgame; and No. 2, his stats are different," Bunting said. "I know he doesn't feel good about it because he's good, he's extremely competitive, and he's got a ton of pride. But his receivers have got to step up and do a better job also. He's been pressing a little bit – trying to make a big play. Gary [Tranquill] would tell you that his footwork has been off a bit."
"It was just hard to beat ‘Daddy' in the recruiting game." Bunting said. "He officially visited us and we liked him a lot."
"[Guy] is fired up about it," Bunting said. "It's where he belongs. I've said that all along to my staff. I had a guy in St. Louis like him – D'Marco Farr. He is very quick and very aggressive, all we need to do is put about 15 pounds on him and get him to about 275-280.
"What we've discovered since [Mitchell] moved to tackle, is that we've not been getting as much [pass rush] production from the ‘three-technique.' We need a quicker athlete there."
"We as a staff and a team, have put the Louisville game behind us," Bunting said. "We're a 2-2 team; that's the facts. This opponent we have coming up will be the toughest we've faced all year. The defense we played last week was good, but they gave us the opportunity to make plays. [FSU's] defense is not as wild and crazy as what we faced last week; they're just good – real, real, real, real good. They're a better defense this year I think."