FSU offensive coordinator Kendal Briles met with the media for the first time since before the Seminoles defeated NC State 31-13. Briles spoke Tuesday about variety of subjects, including the fact that FSU will play two quarterbacks against Clemson and how the offensive staff used its bye week.
"We did a little bit of both,” answered Briles when asked about whether FSU’s coaches spent time self-scouting or working on Clemson during the bye week. “The good thing about having an off week is guys get to focus on academics and try to get their . . .
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