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The FSU's possession time is bad historically … so Noles will push faster



There are only four teams in the country playing on average less than 25 minutes per game – San Jose State (24:56), Kent State (24:13), UCLA (23:53) and Florida State.

Only one FBS school has achieved a rank near FSU's current pace of 23:10 in the last 15 years, and that was a 2015 Hawaii team that went 3-10. The Rainbow Warriors under Norm Chow (fired late this season) held the ball for an average of 23 minutes and 30 seconds.

The online statistics of the NCAA date only from the 2005 season, so it's difficult to know if the Seminoles are well on their way to having the worst time in the history of the sport. But there are good odds, considering that teams seldom had the ball less than 27 minutes per game before the dissemination crime took place, the track of each of these first three games faded. For example, on Saturday in Virginia, the FSU spent only 1

0 points in the first three quarters, but then dropped 21 points in the fourth quarter.


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