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Offensive observations from Florida State’s crucial win over Boston College

Whether it answers the question of who Kendal Briles wanted to play all along or not, James Blackman got the start for the Seminoles with Jordan Travis as his backup and we would see both in FSU’s victory over Boston College.

Other than a rocky start on the first drive where Blackman missed on two would-be touchdown throws—one an underthrown ball to Tamorrion Terry, the other an overthrow of an open Gabe Nabers in the end zone—he found his rhythm and was excellent throughout the game.

It wasn’t quarterback play holding FSU back today, but drops and penalties plagued them throughout.