Florida State is averaging 33.3 points through its first three games - an improvement from the 21.9 average of 2018.
While the Seminoles have had hot starts as well as some cold moments in the second halves - just three points in the third quarter in 2019 - there has been progress. That's even with an inconsistent run game, a new-look offensive line and three new assistant coaches on that side of the ball.
There is a downside to offensive coordinator Kendal Briles' tempo, however. FSU has held on to the ball just 23 . . .
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