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Wednesday
Mar162005

FSU's Quarterback Derby

This is a rare spring practice update from us.

One of the more interesting stories coming out of spring this year is the quarterback competition at Florida State.  We'd be shocked to see incumbent Wyatt Sexton unseated, but his job is very unsafe once the Seminoles get past the season-opener against Miami.

Here is a fairly vanilla story from the Orlando Sentinel about that competition.

The names to know

  • Wyatt Sexton
  • Drew Weatherford
  • Xavier Lee
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I'd be surprised if Sexton lasted as starter for more than 1 month. FSU will lose against Miami again if they start Sexton. FSU's problem against Miami is that they have been too conservative on offense. That will remain the same unless they let Lee start.
March 17, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterStephen Kim

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