FSU needed to do a lot of things right against Syracuse to get its first win of the 2021 season today. However, the four biggest keys we were paying attention to coming into the game were average starting field possession/short-field opportunities, FSU finding success in the running game, containing Syracuse running back Sean Tucker and limiting the amount of big plays the Orange were able to produce on offense. All of four of these areas played were key components in FSU's thrilling 33-30 win, securing its first win of the season to moved to 1 . . .
Subscribe to The Osceola to get access to all premium articles for just $6.95 a month or $74.95 per year. If you're already a member, please log in.
For help/information: Call (833) FSUNews (378-6397).