Seminoles Talk Miami Rivalry

Fox Sports Video Highlights:  Florida State coaches and players talk about their opening game with in-state rival Miami. Find out how meaningful the Seminoles see this game.  See Video below

FSU’s Seminoles Quarterback Christian Ponder Progressing

The play wasn’t a game-changer or even particularly memorable. Florida State quarterback Christian Ponder, facing second and 15 from his own 36 late in the opening half of the Champs Sports Bowl against Wisconsin, faked a handoff and looked left for receiver Greg Carr, who was running a post pattern. But a cornerback was playing off, and a safety rolled over to help.

“That made the post dead,” Ponder said. He then glanced right for receiver Taiwan Easterling, who had lined up in the slot and was running a down-and-out toward the first-down marker. But Ponder realized the other corner was well-positioned to make a play. “That was dead, too,” he said. What to do now? Well, he searched for his third option, receiver Bert Reed, who was running an underneath route toward the right sideline.  Read full story here

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Seminoles Talk Miami Rivalry

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Posted by:  Kane Reed (Sports Writer)

Source:  ESPN College Football

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