Media week prior to postseason bowls give a rare opportunity for the media to speak to the assistant coaches on staff. On Tuesday, we spoke with defensive coordinator Charles Kelly and switched sides of the ball on Wednesday, speaking with co-offensive coordinator Randy Sanders.
Among the topics discussed, Sanders spoke heavily on the Michigan defense and the challenges the unit presents.
The third year co-offensive coordinator also talked about the toughness and tenacity of redshirt freshman QB Deondre Francois. “That was something we did not know about, had not seen,” regarding Francois’ ability to stay in games while taking big hits.
Sanders also reminisced about the impact that senior fullback Freddie Stevenson made in his career. The Orange Bowl will be the fullback’s final game in an FSU uniform as he prepares to graduate. “Freddie has been a very valuable member of our team for the last three years. Very unselfish, intelligent.”
You can watch the full video of Randy Sanders speaking at the Orange Bowl media session below:
Florida State Seminoles Football offensive coordinator Randy Sanders gave his thoughts on Michigan Football for the Orange Bowl.Posted by TomahawkNation.com on Wednesday, December 28, 2016