Florida State's Mario Edwards Jr. says Maryland offense telegraphed their plays


A lot of folks around the college football landscape had put the Florida State Seminoles on a heavy upset alert this past Saturday in their top 25 matchup against the Maryland Terrapins. They came to this conclusion mainly due to the fact that, coming in, Maryland apparently was in possession of one of the most potent offenses in the country. They had not scored less than 30 points in any game they played up to that point and had weapons all over the field.

But when it was all said an done Saturday afternoon, that offense left the field at Doak Campbell Stadium having not scored a single point, as opposed to the 63 that FSU had put up. It was a definite reality check for the Terps.

Now no one is going to discredit the validity of the Florida State defense, as they are very talented, but it was still a bit of a surprise that they were able to hold the Terps to a goose egg.

How exactly did they do that? While we’ll never know the exact gameplan to a tee, sophomore defensive end Mario Edwards Jr. did shed some light on how he and his unit were so successful:


If this is correct, it seems that he heavily-hyped Maryland offense turned out to be its own worst enemy.

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