#salivate. This is what I'm talking about. I love being multiple in terms of formation, but 12 personnel is effectively multiple in of itself, given the personnel out there combined with potential pre-snap motion.
FSU definitely will want to get its elite WR corps on the field this year, undoubtedly. But it is hard to pass up the schematic advantage of having a decent blocking TE (Hicks) and elite H-back (NOL) in an Ace (TE right & left), Tight wing (2 TE right/left), or H-back (1 TE on line; 2nd off, usually motion-able).
Very hard to match-up schematically against. DC leaves 7 in the box?
You may have #'s to one side - or at the very least 1x1 -You always have numbers with a running QB (tx, BenDNole) and you are free to move about the cabin. Put 8 in the box? Deep comebacks ought to get you big chunks of yards. Or I believe we may have a WR or two that could get open on a post. And NOL will probably have a LB on him. I'll take that match-up.
Also, makes the successful recruiting this guy (http://www.sbnation.com/college-football-recruiting/2012/6/20/3097219/christian-morgan-recruit-tight-end-texas-baylor-florida-state-arkansas-miss/in/2847167) a coveted asset.