TALLAHASSEE - While Florida State has been giving up yards and first downs its last two Atlantic Coast Conference games, the 11th-ranked Seminoles are still stingy when it comes to points.The Seminoles (5-0, 3-0 ACC) began their preparation Monday for Louisville with an eye on solidifying a defense that has surrendered 783 yards and 46 first downs in wins over Miami and Wake Forest the last two weeks."We've still got a lot to work on," senior defensive end Giorgio Newberry said.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Florida State 's bid to repeat as national champions last season was doomed in part by a defense that ranked among one of its worst in the school's 68-year football history. Without a reliable pass rush, opponents averaged four touchdowns and nearly 400 yards a game and the Seminoles gave up 30 points or more five times.
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