Offense Really Is Pick Your Poison
The sentiment among most familiar with the program was the offense could be elite. After one week of fall camp, I think that narrative will hold true.
Mike Norvell has had potent offenses with far lesser players from a star-ranking standpoint over the years, and produced insanely good offenses. However, the talent on this FSU team is by far superior. Jordan Travis can beat you with his arm or his legs.
The size and speed at receiver and tight end is incredibly difficult to matchup with. The FSU offensive line will be the best it’s been in nearly a decade. The running backs can beat you inside and outside and threats to hurt you in the passing game out of the backfield.
I don’t see how defensive coordinators plan to contain all of these weapons. I suppose they could play bend and don’t break defense, hoping the Noles will shoot themselves in the foot with penalties or lack of execution?
However, it’s an experienced offense with one of the best quarterbacks in the country. These guys will be scary good.
However, that also says something about the FSU defense, because they may have gotten the better of the offense through week one overall.