FSU Coordinator Adam Fuller Talks Defense, Louisville Game

Last season, it took a few matches Seminoles, Florida Football to find a foothold, especially in defense, as the team struggled out of the gate to tune a 0-4 record.

While FSU is only two weeks into the 2022 season, the team has shown a different level of cohesion than seen in previous years, starting 2-0 for the first time since 2016.

Seminoles’ defense was relatively brave vs. LSU . tigers In the main match in the first week, though, it started to falter as the Tigers got back into the competition.

Before the opening of the FSU conference against Louisville CardinalsDefensive coordinator Adam Fuller spoke about the Seminole’s win last weekend as well as the upcoming challenge on Friday.

Cardinals quarterback owner Cunningham has had success against the Seminoles in the past and is definitely on the defense radar as one of the best midfielders he will face. Fuller spoke about Cunningham’s ability in the games industry.

“I think Malik has done that for a long period of time in a dynamic way in this league, I think he’s respected by everyone across the country. He plays every week, he’s the leading player in the rush, you know, he’s a dynamic playmaker. He beat people in The top with football he beats people who run football, he beats people who make good decisions, he’s one of the best players in the country and it’s important for us to play as a team against him.”

When asked what Louisville is doing schematically, Fuller said he starts with Cunningham.

“I think he’s number one, he’s the dynamic and athletic engine so I think there’s a lot of offense that fits his skills. I think they’ve traditionally been a really good football team, they run on the range like everyone else. If you run the ball that’s other things, whether That was pulling the ball and going the other way, whether its trajectories go back against the direction of the ball, whether its misdirection leads to the running motion. When you can make things out of a major play that you’re doing, it creates misleading plays. They’ve done a great job creating plays. over the years with this crime.”

It emerged in the final minutes of last weekend’s nail-biting win against LSU that some defensive linemen were having contact issues resulting in a run of 99 offensive yards and potential anchor points for the Tigers. Fuller mentioned the uniqueness of their motive and how it shouldn’t be close.

“There was one, the biggest play before the last play was just, you know, they decided to put in a defensive end which usually in this case doesn’t do much, and as soon as that happened we were in the men’s cover down with the guys over the top and there was no knocking, and that was fired The road is rather late and the man’s eyes have been set elsewhere. If it wasn’t for this road, we’d never be in that situation but it’s something we have to learn from.”


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