Florida State whoops #8 BYU 54-28

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    Nuff said. Can't stop us.
     
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    Well I had that as one of my upsets today, but even I didn't forsee the beat down they put on BYU tonight. I loved watching all the shocked and upset mormons though......just, because I knew they're also all Utah Jazz fans, LOL and anytime anybody sticks it to a Jazz fan....well that's a good thing. :)

    If FSU can get their pass defense wrapped up and run the ball consistently, they could be a very dangerous team in the future......they have the best QB that nobody is talking about. Ponder is the real deal.
     
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    The problem is that Micky Andrews has run a blitzing man coverage scheme for years, but college football has changed. Almost every team you play now runs some version of the spread, and you can't play man coverage most of the time. Mickey Andrews is most likely in his last year and he is being stubborn. He just simply won't play zone coverage.

    I told my friends before this game that the key was playing zone and our front four getting pressure, but that's not what happened. Our offense just took it to them. Barely got stopped at all in the whole game, so it didn't matter what our defense did. BYU just couldn't keep pace.

    Eventually, BYU was down by so much that they had to force things and our defense capitalized.

    I'd suspect we'll be ranked at about 18.
     
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    unless it's a team from Florida, apparently. regardless of their talent. :shades:

    USF is next, watch out
     
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    except Matt Grothe is out for the season. damn...
     
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    USF hasn't played anyone all season, and their QB is out. They are going to be stumbling in this game on Saturday. I'd suspect a 14+ point win for the Seminoles.
     
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    most likely. then against, Jax State...
     


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    Jax state is actually not a bad team. They've got some good dlineman and they run a confusing 3-4 scheme. Not to mention Ryan Perriloux is their QB.

    It was raining so hard during that FSU Jax State game and it took FSUs speed out of the game. Jax State is a well coached team, their coaches were calling some great plays. Their defensive coordinator knows how to get pressure from the 3-4.
     
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    holy crap. USF!!!!
     

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