TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Just when Florida State gets a break from facing mobile quarterbacks like Clemsons Tajh Boyd and South Floridas B.J. Daniels, the Seminoles now prepare for a prolific passing attack led by N.C. States Mike Glennon.
Glennon is coming off a 440-yard performance, four-touchdown performance in Saturdays loss to Miami. He has thrown for 1,422 yards in just five games.
Glennon is a fabulous player, FSU coach Jimbo Fisher said. He can reach all parts of the field. Great arm strength. He is an extremely talented guy.
The N.C. State senior quarterback is 6-foot-6, 230 pounds and completes 61 percent of his passes. He likes to spread the wealth, as five receivers have 11 catches. Glennon has connected with deep threat Quintin Payton, who leads the team with 19 receptions and 421 yards. But he has also frequently found Bryan Underwood in the red zone. Underwood has 12 catches six for touchdowns.
They have a very diverse system, a West Coast-style system, Fisher said. Go...