A comprehensive report on Florida State's offense through the first four games of the FSU football season
Bjoern Werner is an emerging star for the Seminoles, but are his German soccer values causing him to draw fewer holding calls?
Florida State's veteran tight ends have struggled this season, as has the run game. Meanwhile, a crop of young receivers has far exceeded expectations. Does this personnel dictate running more multi-receiver sets? The data says yes. Tomahawk Nation takes a look at FSU's wide receiver sets.
Wake Forest is looking for its first ever 3-0 start to the ACC season. This is the seventh time in the conference's 58-year history that Wake has started 2-0 but in each of the previous six times, the Deacons have lost their next ACC contest. The most recent 2-0 start came back in 2008.
Campanaro, 20, played in two of the first three games this season (a hamstring injury caused him to miss a 48-5 win Sept. 17 against Gardner-Webb) and he had 12 catches for 172 yards and two touchdowns. He now has 16 catches in games through Oct. 1 after the win at Boston College, the fourth game of the year for Wake.
"It's really hard because they've got two really talented quarterbacks and we're not sure which one we'll get," Grobe explained at his weekly press conference. "I think the Trickett kid has a great arm and is a very accurate thrower and more of a pocket guy. And Manuel is very athletic. He's driven us crazy with boot passes and play-action passes when we've played him."