November 27, 2006
OC search coming into focus
Clearly something is wrong, and has been wrong with the Seminole offense for a while.
Ever since the 2000 season and the departure of Mark Richt to Georgia, Florida State's offense has been on a steady decline. Compared to seven seasons ago, FSU is averaging 227 yards and 17 points less per game. Even compared to 2001, Chris Rix's rookie season, the 2006 Seminoles are averaging 104 yards and 8.8 fewer points per game.
Considering five of FSU's six losses this season have come by a touchdown or less, they could have really used those 8.8 points.
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