Florida State running back Jashaun Corbin had an explosive game last Saturday against the Louisville Cardinals totaling a massive 159 yards on eleven carries and a touchdown. About half of those yards came on a 75-yard touchdown run he sprung free to put some spark in the Seminoles coming out of the half on fire.
“The O-lineman, they blocked it up perfectly. All week we’ve been preaching [attack the] second level for us. We just gotta make the last guy miss, so I just do what I normally do and the rest will take care of itself.”
“We definitely watch tackle tape, you know how guys tackle. I seen he was kinda overplaying my front shoulder so I knew I was able to get backside on him. I made the cut, I made the stiff-arm and tried not to get caught.”
For Corbin’s full interview, see below:
Another standout from last week’s second half was linebacker D.J Lundy. Lundy is fifth on the team in tackles with 20 and that played a role in the second-half shutout against Louisville.
“We made a few small changes, but it was more of us just playing smarter football, playing together as a unit, not trying to make the big play. Just everyone doing their part and playing as a unit.”
For Lundy’s full interview (via Noles247), see below:
- The Seminoles play the Syracuse Orange on Saturday, Oct, 2 at 3:30 pm ET.