Florida State offensive coordinator Kendal Briles met with members of the media earlier Tuesday to discuss the Seminoles' offensive performance last weekend against Clemson and about Saturday's game against Wake Forest.
“We didn’t play as well as
we’d liked to, obviously,” said Briles of FSU’s 253 total yards of offense against
the Tigers. “Those guys are really good. I think we had to go up there and
execute at a very high level. And if you don’t do that early and get momentum
going on offense, they can jump on people. I . . .
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