Florida State defensive back Levonta Taylor said on Monday that he was taking FSU’s next game vs. Louisville personally after a 63-20 blowout loss last season.
A day later, Alec Eberle took a different perspective of the game, saying he isn’t taking the game personally by any means. His reason behind that stance is the junior doesn’t want to get too worked up prior to the game, and let those emotions impact his game action in a negative way.
FSU’s starting center also talked about Josh Ball, a new starter to the offensive line with the loss of Landon Dickerson for the season, and how he has been improving since fall camp. Eberle and Ball are from nearby cities in Virginia.
He also added that confidence of the team in practice is attributing to the team’s recent success on the road.
Alec Eberle isn't taking the Florida State Seminoles Football game vs. Louisville personally. Find out why.Posted by TomahawkNation.com on Tuesday, October 17, 2017