The Florida State Seminoles have been college football’s most dominant team throughout 2013, and they aren’t worried about anything headed into the championship game against Auburn.
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FSU linebacker Telvin Smith in particular isn’t worried about the SEC and says the Noles are going to play their game, via AL.com.
“We’re Florida State. We’re not worried about SEC and none of that. Our opponent has no face. That’s been our motto since we started. We’re not trying to match them or anything. We’re going out to play our game and not worry too much about them.”
Safety Terrence Brooks says he, too, isn’t worried about the SEC, and he doesn’t know what all the talk is about the SEC.
“I feel like we’re the best. I’m not worried about them. I don’t know what all the talk is about the SEC. I feel like we can play with them any day and that’s something we’ve just got to prove. The talk is with them. They’ve won the championships, but they haven’t played this team yet.”
FSU should feel very confident heading into January 6th. After all, they have won every game by a margin of 38.5 points. And no team outside of Boston College has even made the Noles sweat in the second half.
FSU enters an eight-point favorite, but because they’ve been so dominant against the 63rd toughest schedule in the country, they enter as the bigger unknown. How will they react when it’s a close game in the third and fourth quarters?
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