Posted August 20, 2013 on floridastate.scout.com
The Florida State offense has been on an upward trajectory under Jimbo Fisher. Injuries caused a slight hiccup in 2011, but the trend is towards a more consistent and explosive offense. Today we take a look at what to expect from the QB position.
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