Florida State’s offense has had moments. Just not enough of them. The Seminoles seemingly played their best when they were on script for the first two drives against Georgia Tech, then for opening drives of each half at Miami before needing to flip the script entirely with a quarterback change against Jacksonville State.
Against GT and Miami, FSU generated just five total scoring drives (including only two touchdowns). It’s easy to point the finger at the quarterback, too. But it’s also fair that the other 10 players on offense around the quarterback haven’t . . .
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