FSU Face Number Two Ranked BC

By: Rob Shaw Email
By: Rob Shaw Email

Now to the game in season, though the Seminole football program looks a little green. However, they could look a whole lot more green if Drew Weatherford gets injured.

That's what happens when your only other junior quarterback gets suspended for not attending class.

Now the Noles will have to face the number two team in the nation, hoping their quarterback depth won't come into play.

What they hope will come into play is an improved rushing attack that has Antone Smith quickly approaching the 600-rushing yard mark.

Plus, the defense bounced back well against Duke after a let down against Miami.

Let's see if things are different this weekend when they hit the road against the second best team in the nation.

"Every game we go out there, that's what we want to do, the last couple of games we kind of struggled a little bit on both sides of the ball, but it's one of those things where we want to go out there and have a real good game and come back with the win," says FSU senior defensive end Alex Boston.

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