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Defensive Notes: Reid-y for the big time … on defense – Florida State University

Defensive Notes: Reid-y for the big time … on defense – Florida State University
















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Defensive Notes: Reid-y for the big time ... on defense

Greg Reid burst on to the scene as a true freshman last year thanks to his electrifying ability to make magic happen in the return game. Outside of quarterback Christian Ponder and All-American offensive lineman Rodney Hudson, Reid became arguably FSU's most recognized player despite not starting a single game on defense. Well, that will certainly change in 2010 as the true sophomore is set to start at field corner in the opener. Reid, who did appear in all 13 of FSU's 2009 games, had 23 total tackles, two interceptions and six pass breakups in his third-cornerback role in nickel situations.

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