By: Kevin Keane | WCTV Eyewitness Sports
September 11, 2018
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- Florida State is looking to fix a bevy of issues before their first road test of the season at Syracuse. Most notably, their offensive line.
Against Samford, FSU's front five got bullied for the second week in a row, causing the run game to struggle once again, leaving the Noles with 134 rushing yards.
And, while progress might be slow, offensive coordinator Walt Bell says the offense is making improvements.
"This week was a little bit better. If we can just keep doing that, I feel like we can just keep meeting the standard everyday," Bell said. "Everyday there's a standard of play that we have to have to go win a football game, to win a practice, to get through it, whatever it may be.
"If we can keep upholding that standard and meeting that standard everyday, I think we'll continue to get better and better and better," he said.