There was definitely plenty to enjoy as all of the local and regional teams took care of business, though once again, there will be some questions as far as the offensive production of the Florida State Seminoles.
The Noles defeated the Buffaloes in Colorado, but what seems to be endangered is the Seminole offense that once rocked the nation a decade back. These days, it's the defense that wins the games, and that's exactly what happened on Saturday, as a late touchdown by the Buffaloes is all that kept the Noles from a shutout.
As for the offense, they won, despite 58 less yards than their adversary.
"It's ugly from the first snap to the last one, we didn't do a lot of good things. Fortunately our defense played really well and gave us a chance to stay in the game. We just need to put it all together," says FSU Junior Quarterback Drew Weatherford.
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