Florida State’s offensive players are well aware of the challenge they will face when the Seminoles take on the Michigan Wolverines in the Orange Bowl on Friday. After all, U of M’s defense is among the best in the country, allowing the second fewest yards per play in the nation behind only Alabama.
On Wednesday when a select group FSU’s offensive players including Dalvin Cook, Travis Rudolph, and Freddie Stevenson addressed the media, they fielded a number of questions about what the Wolverines do so well on defense.
Additionally, the players were questioned on an array of additional topics. Stevenson was asked about this week’s bowl game being his final game as a Seminole, Cook was questioned on whether or not this would be his final game at FSU, and Rudolph shared his thoughts on what led to the turnaround the Seminoles underwent in the second half of the season.
FSU running back Dalvin Cook addresses the Orange Bowl mediaPosted by TomahawkNation.com on Wednesday, December 28, 2016
Thursday’s sole Orange Bowl press availability will be the press conferences for Florida State’s Jimbo Fisher and Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh, beginning with Fisher at 9:15 AM and streamed here.