FSU offensive coordinator Kendal Briles met with the media before Tuesday's practice to address several topics. He spoke about the performance of quarterback Alex Hornibrook who, along with Cam Akers, spearheaded FSU’s fourth-quarter comeback against Louisville and the progress of the offensive line four games into the season.
"He's a pro,” answered Briles when asked about his comfort level with Hornibrook as a backup. “He's been a pro since he's gotten here. We knew what we were getting. He's a polished guy. He's a winner. He's proved that . . .
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