One of the biggest question marks coming into the season for the Florida State football team: Would it see improvement in its offensive line play over what we have seen the previous two or three seasons? After one game that answer seems to be yes. And while that improvement wasn’t as noticeable in the running game, it certainly was in pass protection — at least when the starting five up front for the Seminoles was in the game.
FSU only averaged 3.1 yards on the ground and never really committed itself to the running game, but . . .
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