FSU offensive coordinator Kendal Briles met with the media before Tuesday's practice to talk about the Virginia game, where the Seminoles were held to under the 30 points for the first time this season.
The offense was inconsistent against a stout Cavaliers defense. UVA held FSU to a season-low 95 yards on the ground and FSU quarterback James Blackman completed just 59.4 percent of his passes. Blackman came into the ACC opener completing over 72 percent of his throws. Additionally, the FSU offense was unable to sustain drives and possessed the ball for just . . .
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