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FSU No. 8 in Schlabach’s Top 25 for 2012 – Florida State University

FSU No. 8 in Schlabach’s Top 25 for 2012 – Florida State University


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FSU No. 8 in Schlabach's Top 25 for 2012

ESPN.com's Mark Schlabach released his Top 25 for 2012 Tuesday afternoon and he has the Florida State football program at No. 8.

What do you think? Too high? Too low? Send me a tweet @BrandonMellor and let me know what you think of that ranking.
Courtesy of ESPN.com:
8. Florida State Seminoles:
We're taking the bait on the Seminoles again, even after they failed to live up to very high aspirations with a 9-4 finish in 2011. But FSU's lofty preseason billing might have been a year premature, and injuries plagued the Seminoles throughout the season. FSU's defense is as good as advertised and it might be even better in 2012 with nine starters coming back. Defensive end Brandon Jenkins and cornerback Greg Reid both passed up entering the NFL draft to return to school. If FSU is going to become a legitimate BCS contender, though, its offense has to be better and more explosive. The Seminoles had young skill players in 2011 and they started four freshman offensive linemen against Notre Dame in the Champs Sports Bowl. Another concern will be replacing All-American punter Shawn Powell. FSU plays seven home games, but it will travel to Virginia Tech during ACC play.

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