Quarterly report: FSU defense

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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