How The FSU Season Could Depend on The Defensive Line

Posted by Chris Whitmore on August-20-2009 Add Comments

Two specific games in the 2008 season seem to be more painful to watch for the Florida State defensive line than the rest—the November 1 game at Georgia Tech and the November 15 game against Boston College.

Those two games featured the offensive lines of GT and BC walking over the front four of the Seminoles. Georgia Tech ran for 288 yards led by a two-touchdown, 145-yard game by Jonathon Dwyer. 

Boston College ran for only 175 yards but it was stopping the running game when it mattered most where the 'Noles defensive line failed. 

BC led 24-17 early in the fourth quarter. They then ate up nine minutes off the clock by running the ball for 67 yards en route to a field goal that extended their lead to...

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