How will FSU’s offensive alignment be utilized to create
issues and mismatches for opposing defenses?
How will a defensive alignment effect which play is run on
any given down?
In the second article in the Osceola’s series on Kendal
Briles and his offensive system, we dive into these questions and more.
Most Seminole fans got to see some of this in last year’s “Gulf
Coast Offense,” which featured wide receivers lined up very close to the
sidelines and often times stacked one receiver behind another.
The Osceola spoke . . .
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