and ESPN serves the counter-spin: "We were 10th in scoring in the country, [fourth] in yards per play in the country," Fisher said. "How much better are you going to do than 7 yards a play and 39 points per game? The key is being consistent in every game." Indeed, Florida State's offense was among the most efficient in the country last season, with only Georgia, Texas A&M and Oklahoma State averaging more yards per play. But dig a little deeper, and the news wasn't all so upbeat. FSU ranked 10th overall in scoring, but 33rd against FBS teams with a winning record. The Seminoles moved the ball efficiently, but in an age of up-tempo offenses, they ranked 91st nationally in plays per game. And while the overall numbers look good, the offense clearly sputtered down the stretch, finishing 59th nationally in yards per play from Nov. 1 through the end of bowl season. "