FSU defensive coordinator Adam Fuller at the FSU National Signing Day Party on Feb. 5, 2020. Img 4484
FSU football is in a position where they need to show improvement in their next game. Here’s why this bye week should be different than the first one.
FSU football is at the halfway point and in their second bye week of the season following their blowout loss against Louisville last week.
We wrote how the first bye week was a gift and a curse, but this bye week comes at a perfect time. A lot of players are looking to heal from injuries, namely quarterback Jordan Travis, and some units continue to need a ton of practice reps to get better.