Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Oklahoma at Florida State

Oklahoma takes a dynamic offense to Tallahassee in Week 3 to face a Florida State team looking for revenge.

Oklahoma offense vs. Florida State defense
• Oklahoma's high-tempo offense (10-12 seconds between plays) gave Florida State fits when the teams met last season. The Seminoles spent too much time looking to the sidelines for defensive calls, struggled to handle personnel groupings, and they were often caught out of position. A first-and-10 play late in the first quarter is a prime example. Florida State appeared to be caught in a substitution and three defensive backs were out of position and barking at each other. Sooners QB Landry Jones used a quick count, handed off to RB Mossis Madu on a simple lead-draw, and the result was an 8-yard gain.



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