Florida State regroups for Duke game

By: Scott Rossman Email
By: Scott Rossman Email

TALLAHASSEE, Fla- Jimbo Fisher certainly has his hands full this week trying to keep his team from sinking into the proverbial abyss!

Nobody in Seminole nation expected the 'noles to be 2-3 at this point of the season. Nobody, going into the season, expected them to lose back to back games at Clemson and Wake, and that includes the players!

So heading into the game at Duke, Jimbo is working to keep his team together psychologically. One way to do that, point out some youngsters "stepping up"!

"If that brings out some guys having great leadership and helping us progress to where we want to go as a program, then you have to go through trials and tribulations, to get there sometimes," said Jimbo Fisher. "And I think you're seeing, from what I've seen and the feeling I get, and we'll see in time, I'm not predicting, I see guys going in the right direction more than the wrong direction. I mean the way they're stepping up and playing and leading the things that have gone on."

Fisher naming Freshman receiver Rashad Greene and sophomore D-lineman Bjoern Werner as examples of kids stepping up. That game at Duke Saturday set for 2 central. FSU favored by 13.

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