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The Bulls offensive line coach called the current group of Seminoles defensive linemen as talented as the legendary FSU lines of the early '90s.
Even with All-ACC DE Brandon Jenkins out for the year, Florida State has had no problem rushing the passer as they've gotten out to a 4-0 start in 2012.
USF offensive line coach Steve Shankweiler has noticed, and he lavished the Seminoles defenders with praise when talking to reporters on Wednesday, courtesy of the Tampa Bay Times:
"I don't know that I've seen a team, except maybe the early '90s Florida State teams, that has the depth of quality players. Honestly, after a while, you lose track of who's in there, because they all look the same. When they rest, they come back and holy cow, they play 10 plays and take a break. Their intensity level never wanes. They're as good as a group as anybody I've coached against. The competition level they must have in practice must be off the chart."
If USF will have any chance of pulling off a huge upset on Saturday, they're going to need to figure out a way of controlling the Seminoles' pass rush.