The Florida St. Seminoles will face their second-straight FCS opponent when they take on the Savannah St. Tigers on Saturday, and the FSU defensive line may be licking their chops at the chance to pad their stats against what will certainly be the youngest offensive front they see all year.
Looking at their depth chart, Savannah State is planning to start four freshmen on the offensive line on Saturday.— Tim Linafelt (@Osceola_Tim) September 5, 2012
The four freshman played in the Tigers' season-opener against the Oklahoma St. Cowboys, which Savannah State lost 84-0. The Cowboys had just one sack on 27 pass attempts, but held the Tigers to 1.4 yards per rush.
Even with FSU defensive end Brandon Jenkins out for the season, things don't figure to get any easier for Savannah State this weekend.
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