Florida State’s defense is going through a transition this
year as it looks to become a multiple front defense. Last season the Seminoles’
base defense was a 4-3 but this preseason FSU defensive coordinator Harlon
Bennett and his staff have been installing a 3-4 scheme with the goal of becoming
more multiple in the fronts that opponents might have to prepare for each week.
The defensive front seven is impacted more from a
responsibility and technique standpoint than the secondary is when switching
from a 4-3 to a 3-4. The nose tackle . . .
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