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2011 September Report: Offense - Tomahawk Nation

A comprehensive report on Florida State's offense through the first four games of the FSU football season

Is Bjoern Werner's German Soccer Background Hurting Him With ACC Officials? - Tomahawk Nation

Bjoern Werner is an emerging star for the Seminoles, but are his German soccer values causing him to draw fewer holding calls?

Should Florida State Use More Multi-Receiver Sets This Season? - Tomahawk Nation

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.

Football Game Notes - Wake Forest vs. Florida State - WAKE FOREST OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE

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.

River Hill Grad A Football Threat at Wake Forest - Columbia, MD Patch

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.

Wake Forest preparing for Manuel and Trickett -

"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."