FSU's new-found offense has been all over the national coverage. I've started breaking down the X's and O's to show the reasons for the greatly improved offensive efficiency, but one topic I haven't covered is the emergence of Michael Snaer. The 5* guard out of California brought elevated (and unrealistic) expectations with him due to his lofty recruiting ranking from Rivals. Now a junior he's shown steady improvement all three seasons. And when FSU switched to a 3-guard lineup, the light finally came on for Snaer, and since then he's established himself as this team's floor leader. Snaer is FSU's most complete player, and no one outworks him in the gym, so it's important that he stepped up.