As we continue our look around the national spring football landscape it's time to head down to Tallahassee, FL where on Wednesday, Florida State beat writer Coley Harvey of the Orlando Sentinel stopped by to talk all things Seminoles football
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Having just finished his first spring on the beat, Coley has a ton of excellent insight, and he shared his opinions on the following subjects:
- Why coaching change at Miami (FL) and Florida have the Seminoles feeling like they have the upper hand in the "Big Three," Florida rivalry.
- How last year's Oklahoma game shaped the course of Florida State's season, and why this year's will likely do the same.
- How E.J. Manuel continues to impress not only at the quarterback position, but as a leader as well.
- What an injured offensive line could look come the fall, and why no one around the Semioles is overly concerned.
- Why, quietly, Florida State has put together one of the top defenses entering the 2011 season, and how they should get better in year two under Mark Stoops...
- Is Jimbo Fisher almost too confident entering summer workouts?
- Finally, how, with a couple breaks, this team could not only be playing for an ACC Championship, but a National Championship as well.
And for all you Florida fans who disagree with what was said, check back next week, as I'll host a Florida beat writer on the podcast, to give the Gators off-season story.