The Florida State defense has gotten off to a well-documented slow start through its first two games of the season. The Seminoles head into their ACC opener against Virginia ranked 124th in the nation in total defense, 121st in scoring defense, 119th pass defense and 108th in rushing defense.
The task on Saturday against the No. 25 Cavaliers will certainly offer the FSU defense another challenge and a chance to redeem itself. The Seminoles will be facing one of the most dynamic quarterbacks in the country in Cavaliers signal-caller Bryce Perkins.
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