Florida State’s defensive line was expected to be among the nation’s best in 2020. The word dominant was often thrown around in the preseason. But the line hasn’t shown much, a major source of disappointment in the team’s 1-2 start.
The Seminoles have faced three quarterbacks who have gotten rid of the ball quickly and shown mobility, difficulties for generating a pass rush. If quarterbacks continue to get rid of the ball in under three seconds, FSU’s perceived strength of rushing the passer could be neutralized for the long term. But . . .
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