FSU offensive coordinator Kendal Briles met with the media prior to Tuesday’s practice. Briles spoke about the play of quarterback James Blackman against Wake Forest, the progress of FSU’s offensive line with the infusion of new personnel and his relationship with Syracuse head Dino Babers.
“James played well,” said
Briles of Blackman. “He had the one turnover, which, can’t do that on the road.
Especially back-to-back weeks, as well. A guy got through the line, he was
getting ready to throw the ball and I think we had a good window there . . .
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