Florida State offensive coordinator
Kendal Briles spoke with media before practice Tuesday morning to talk about
the progress his offense has made through the first two games of the 2019
season. He also talked about the challenges the University of Virginia defense
poses as the Seminoles head to Charlottesville for their ACC opener.
When asked about his impressions
of Cam Akers’ 36-carry and 196-yard performance against ULM, Briles said he wasn’t
“It wasn’t really just
Saturday,” said Briles. “It’s what we’ve seen in the spring, what we’ve . . .
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