On the weekend that saw Florida's BCS rivals Texas and Alabama (nearly) fall to in-state rivals, Florida showed how it was done against Florida State, hammering the Seminoles by the 'close' score of 37-10.
Yesterday, we at the VFA made the point that winning rivalry games was often a question of who "wanted it more."
Now, we'd like to correct ourselves. We're quite aware that both sides want to win. It's obviousùcollege football players don't exactly go out to lose, do they? But get this: If you impress during a rivalry game, then everyone gives you the thumbs up on Thanksgiving Weekendùeven if you were playing a defense as horrific as Florida State's was.
Florida State's problem isn't about speed.
The speed that Florida State (as a team) hasùin our view from ...
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