The Florida State football program and fan base are hoping
the hiring of offensive coordinator Kendal Briles this past offseason will lead
to the revival of its offense in 2019.
The Osceola sat down with longtime college assistant coach
Kenny Pope, who worked alongside Briles and FSU offensive line coach Randy
Clements last year as the running backs coach at Houston. In the last of a
four-part series on the Briles offense we asked Pope to tell us about Briles’ personality
on and off the field and as a play caller.
“The thing that . . .
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