TALLAHASSEE -- As the Seminoles prepare for a North Carolina State offense that rolled up 440 yards passing and 37 points at Miami last weekend, FSU coach Jimbo Fisher said Wednesday one of the keys to attacking the Wolfpack offense would be mixing up the defensive looks.
“Well, I think, again, [we need to] keep great leverage on the ball. I think we have to give multiple looks,” Fisher said. “I think we have to win the battle in the trenches; I think we have to be able to affect the quarterback in a very legal way and be able to put pressure. But that’s anybody. That’s what you want to do. But you have to cover their guys. You’re going to have to try to create different looks [to do it].”
To prepare for the hostile atmosphere at Carter-Finley Stadium, FSU pumped crowd noise over its practice field .