The Florida State offense struggled in the first half of the BCS National Championship. At one point the Seminoles found themselves down 21-3 before scoring a touchdown near the end of the half to narrow the gap.
“They had a couple of our signals a couple times and were getting to them,” Fisher said Monday. “That happens, people do it, and that’s our fault. You’ve got to change them, constantly rotate them, being able to get them in different ways. That’s part of the game. I don’t have a problem with that.”
In this video below you can see wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin come over and tell quarterback Jameis Winston and head coach Jimbo Fisher that Auburn offensive coach Dameyune Craig was calling all the plays.
Craig was the quarterbacks coach with the Seminoles from 2010-12. The Seminoles made an adjustment using towels to shield the plays they were calling, then things started clicking in the second half and the Seminoles offense put up 24 fourth quarter points to win the game.
[h/t] The Big Lead