Florida State Soccer: DC Adam Fuller reviews defense game against UM

Florida State Soccer: DC Adam Fuller reviews defense game against UM

Florida State football is close to a 31-28 victory over the Miami Hurricanes. The Seminoles led Jordan Travis and Jermaine Johnson to a winning return late in the fourth quarter. The Nol team will now turn their attention to the Boston College Eagles, in which they play on Saturday afternoon. This morning, defensive coordinator Adam Fuller and special teams coordinator Adam Papuchis met with the media to review the big competition win. Here’s some of what Fuller said:

“I felt good about the whole week of preparation. I felt good about the plan, it was just about executing.”

“I thought those top six engines, you might not be able to play better. We started the game very quickly.”

“Friday, we’re training and doing a naked out-of-pocket play. Jermaine sprints 20 yards at 9:30 a.m. to chase the guy.”

About Amarion Cooper: “Just to see him now in those moments, he’s the same kid. I knew he’d have the personality to handle it.”

“He has really humble confidence in him. He expects to do all those plays. He’s always had Seminoles on his mind…I think he has a very high ceiling.”

“When your best players are your most serious workers, that sets the tone for everyone. It makes things more streamlined as they are supposed to look.”

“We did a great job with the running game. Even when it wasn’t perfect with the bouts, our game industry beat. I give credit to the players up front and then we coped well.”

“I thought Jarvis and Duke really stood up. The Duke did almost all of his plays. Jarvis had really good coverage of a couple of his acts and they just did plays, but I thought he definitely fought.”

Here’s some of what Papuchis had to say:

“During the match I tried everything I could to stay even. Everything seemed to come out in the end. My first reaction was to take it all in, very quickly after that I looked for my boys.”

“It was an effort game, the angle wasn’t great. It’s one of those things where a kid tries to play a big game. He puts in a lot of effort every week.”

“This decision was made twice before it happened, we knew we’d take the points if we got into this situation.”

About Alex Mastromanno: “It’s a real weapon. I don’t think he has received a touch since the opening game of Georgia Tech last season. Control of the ball is crucial.”

About Jermaine Johnson: “It has been really nice to watch his development and growth since he got here. He came with the mindset that he would make the most of the opportunity that he had here… I think he wanted to leave some kind of footprint on having a legacy in Florida” .

“I have a high level of respect for who he is and what is going on around him.”

We will update this article with a video of each press as it becomes available.

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