Special teams are intact, aside from no Keon Coleman at punt returner. We've seen Ja'Khi Douglas in that role before, and he'll catch the ball, but isn't much of a threat to do anything afterwards. That's fine in a game like this, but I wouldn't mind seeing if Vandrevius Jacobs could offer more of a threat to do damage in the return game. Deuce Spann and Hykeem Williams at kickoff return? That's a lot of size and speed, with the potential to break off a long run if the opportunity presents itself. We know Spann can break one, and Williams has excellent speed for his size.
I expect a heavy dose of the running game from Mike Norvell in this one. Georgia's offense isn't mind-blowing, and we've seen them struggle at times this year. The question for FSU is can they generate anything offensively with this group? It wasn't pretty against a legitimate Louisville defense in the ACC Championship game, but they found a way. One thing we've learned this year is to not put a ton of stock in the depth chart. It wouldn't surprise me if the players on the field look different than what's listed here.