BY-Undertaken: The Grass Is Greener in The Florida State Sod Cemetery

Posted by Jeff Kessock on September-20-2009 Add Comments

Before Saturday Night's contest, Florida State was on the hot seat—and there was no denying it.

Bobby Bowden's Seminoles seemed to mirror it's 7-6 former-self from just a few seasons ago. Mickey Andrews' Defense was allowing the big plays down field, and the offensive numbers suggested a red zone offense worse than it's red zone defense. 

Florida State was 1-1 in it's first two games at home. A team that once hosted the nation's longest unbeaten streak at 54 games, was now suddenly incapable of winning at home, even against the likes of an FCS opponent. I would argue repeatedly with those who would listen that FSU struggled in week two, because Jacksonville State was just a good team, but that wouldn't stick...

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