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    If you watched the Gatech and FSU game last weekend, you saw a tale of three teams. You saw a dominating FSU Defense, force turnovers, and block field goals and shut out the Yellow jackets thru half time. It was like watching the 1999 team. You also saw a competent, but anemic FSU Offense only score 13 points. Once again, James Blackman's unforced INT late in the 1st half, rattled the seasoned QB into trying to win it, all by himself. Very 2019. Then there was GaTech; sure and steady. Not great, not flashy, but kept it close all game and wore down the Seminoles. The Noles have a BYE week before their next game against Miami. The change in culture, if any, will show for this upcoming game; where they will recover and be competitive, or be thoroughly trounced.
    The Defense and Special teams are much improved over the last two season. The adjustment needs to come on the offense or it won't come at all.
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