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FSU football’s Pugh, Nnadi, Walker and White break down 2nd half defensive adjustments vs. Ole Miss

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Following the ‘Noles first practice after Ole Miss, some key defensive players talked about the game.

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Following Florida State football’s practice on Wednesday, some key defensive players sat down with the media and talked about the unit’s second half adjustments that were made to stop Ole Miss on Monday, and come out of Orlando with a victory.

Defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi reenacted his key fumble recovery in the second half, which led to a Florida State touchdown. Nnadi also talked about the changed made on the defensive line in the second half.

Defensive end DeMarcus Walker spoke about lining up at defensive tackle which helped the senior record 4.5 sacks. Walker also talked about Charleston Southern’s (Florida State’s next opponent) shotgun, triple option offense, which is something he has never faced before.

Defensive back Marquez White went through the changes made by FSU’s defense to fix its struggles from the first half, as well as the mental toughness of the unit.

Jacob Pugh, Florida State linebacker/defensive end, talked about the adjustments made for the second half against Ole Miss. The junior also broke down the triple option offense of Charleston Southern.