Coach Fisher Talks About his Team's Focus as Clemson Approaches

By: Scott Rossman Email
By: Scott Rossman Email

Tallahassee, FL--Bad weather continues to give serious headaches for football coaches in the region, but it appears as if a hurricane hitting Tallahassee couldn't keep the Seminoles from being prepared these days!

Simply put the 'noles look terrific in every way. After whipping two lower division teams, FSU dismantled Wake Saturday, their first D-one and conference opponent. The FSU defense is smothering, the offense attacks with success in a variety of ways.

Monday Jimbo Fisher talked about his team coming off it's most impressive performance yet.

"Still room for improvement in all three phases," says the FSU head coach "things we have to do. We have to keep working on those. Our kids handled the situation very well, I think they prepared very well during the week last week. I felt it during practice. Wake does some different things, especially defensively, going against the all the okie stuff, which Clemson does some of that this week so I think that will be good."

Clemson, ranked 9th in the AP, comes to Tally three and oh with wins over Auburn, Ball State and Furman.

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