Reopening the Mailbag, Part 2

The second part of a mega-mailbag. This episode discusses Willie Taggart’s “The Chase” versus Jimbo Fisher’s “Fourth Quarter Drills,” what can be done to improve the offensive line, the role of intermediate passing in Taggart’s FSU offense, and more.

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2 Comments
  • Nicholas Saccoccio
    Posted at 06:47h, 26 February Reply

    Jason, What is your concern level with the current quaterbacks on roster who have had problems protecting the football from a turnover perspective in the new offense where it is a much faster pace and needing to make quicker decisions with the Football could this be a real problem or was most of the inconsistency due to Youth at the position and being asked to do to much above their skill set?? Thanks again! Love The Show!

  • Zeekie Edwards
    Posted at 13:32h, 26 February Reply

    Jason, Really enjoyed the Podcast. With changing of the Offense tempo. Which position group stand to gain the most in terms
    of performance? I know the O-line will obvious will have far less procedure penalty because their not in there stance for 30 min… LOL!!! With that being said. Who do you see has the biggest upside do to Tempo?

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