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2018 Training Camp – Week 2 Review

In this episode of the Renegade Report, Herc & Nolebra Kai recap the 2nd week of FSU’s 2018 Training Camp.

After 4 days of practice at IMG Academy, week 2 concluded with a situational scrimmage that saw the offense finally get the best of the defense.

As the team prepares to turn their focus to Virginia Tech, there’s still no announcement on who will be the starting QB. Willie Taggart and Walt Bell both insist that the battle is still close and no one has done enough yet to seize the job.

Media Day provided some interesting quotes from both players and coaches.

We also give our thoughts on Willie Taggart being named as one of the most overrated coaches in college football by a group of anonymous coaches.

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2018 Training Camp Begins

In this episode of The Renegade Report, Herc & Nolebra Kai preview FSU’s 2018 Training Camp.

The first training camp under Willie Taggart begins Monday morning and the excitement is rampant across Nole Nation.

The quarterback battle will be the focus, but there are several other questions that must be answered before FSU kicks off against Virginia Tech.

In addition to previewing each position, we also discuss some of the offseason developments that have led us to this point.

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2018 Spring Practice Preview

In this episode of the Renegade Report, Herc. & Nolebra Kai preview FSU’s 2018 spring practice.

We’ve seen signs that the culture surrounding the football program is changing. We’ve seen signs that the players are starting to have fun again. Now it’s time to see how well the players adjust to a new offensive and defensive scheme.

Spring practice begins on Wednesday and right now there are more questions than answers. Who has the upper hand at QB? How will the running back rotation shake out? Who will be the starters on the OLine? Is Tre McKitty ready to be the man at TE? Who steps up at DE behind Burns and Kaindoh? What is a reasonable expectation for the linebacker unit? Who starts in the secondary?

Aside from position battles, there are questions surrounding the new schemes being installed this spring. Will Taggart and Bell introduce more vertical passing concepts or focus primarily on the running game and horizontal passing attack?

Defensively, will Harlon Barnett continue to run his Cover 4 defense 80-90% of the time or will he go back to his Saban roots and try to be more multiple?

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