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Tutorial Tuesday: Florida State football scheme Q&A

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Reader questions encouraged!

NCAA Football: Florida State at Florida Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

This week, we’re looking to do something a little different with our scheme breakdowns.

So far we have learned about Mike Norvell’s offense and his love of a heavy run game. We’ve taken a journey through defensive coordinator Adam Fuller’s blitz schemes and hybrid 4-3 defense. In the future, we plan to explore passing game, special teams schemes, and yes, many more coverages.

However, instead of geeking out over what’s on our minds, today, we want to know what you want to learn. Pose questions to our writers and let’s get some good ole fashioned football conversation going in the comment section.

To kick off the brainstorm session, below will be multiple videos: some good plays and some bad. These will be some FSU plays from the past, Norvell and Fuller plays, and (ducks head) Taggart-era plays. Watch ‘em, tell us what you think and what you take from it. If you see something that puzzles you, if you want to know how the punter gets the ball to check up at the 1, or if you just don’t understand why that RPO didn’t work, or how it was supposed to, or why FSU had a player line up backwards, we’re here to answer.

Remember there’s no concept too big, and there are no dumb questions. Even if you don’t have a question, point out something cool you see, or a concept you like, or share your own film. One of the best things about Tomahawk Nation is the community, and we want to make sure we keep emphasizing that. From the TN staff, THANK YOU for taking time out of your day to read our work. We cannot wait to see you in the comment section.

Enjoy the following clips and can’t wait for your questions.