Florida State offensive coordinator Kendal Briles spoke with the media for the first time since the Seminoles' home loss to Boise State on Saturday.
Briles addressed a number of topics, including FSU's first-half success against Boise, its second-half struggles and what he expects to see from his offense as the season moves forward.
"Momentum," answered Briles when asked about the biggest difference between his offense's success in the first half compared to the second. "It's the greatest player and coach on the field. When you got it, you got to . . .
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