College Football

By: Mark Vaughn
By: Mark Vaughn

TALLAHASSEE, Fla- Florida State Seminoles fans will continue their tailgating in Tallahassee next weekend, and they are hoping for a big first season in the Jimbo Fisher era at the school.

Fisher has been the offensive coordinator for the last few years and he had the offense playing well last season. They have a veteran line on that side of the ball, and Heisman hopeful Christian Ponder throwing the ball, but it's the defense and more specifically the defensive line that could be the difference for this team.

"The defensive line will be pretty important for us in this defense." FSU linebacker Nigel Bradham said. "It's going to start with them and it's going to end with them pretty much. So, it depends on how well they play, which I feel like they're playing pretty well and they're going to have a great season."

The 'Noles open up September 4th against Samford at home.


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