The FSU offensive coordinator talked about what he needs to do better and finding the plays that work for his offense.
Florida State’s offense has left plenty to be desired from its first two games.
The Seminoles have been outscored, 68-23, in season-opening defeats against Georgia Tech and Miami last Saturday.
It’s clear FSU must go back to the drawing board before Saturday’s home game against Jacksonville State. Kickoff is 4 p.m.
The Seminoles could also rely more on scripted plays.
On two scripted drives this season, FSU has scored 10 points. However, it also means the offense has scored 13 points on non-scripted drives out of the remainder of the play calls.
“Those scripted drives, we rep over and over again so our guys feel really