The first order
of business for new Florida State offensive coordinator JIMBO FISHER is to
boost a running game that ranked 109th and 103rd in 2005 and '06, respectively.
Fisher, who arrived from LSU, is reducing the number of four-receiver sets and
counting on a line that got a crash course in tough, physical play from new
assistant RICK TRICKETT, who coached at West Virginia. . . . MICAH ANDREWS was
to be the featured back at Wake Forest last season until he tore his left ACL
in the third game. The son of former Falcons All-Pro running back Williams
Andrews, Micah is healthy again, and his return means that KENNETH MOORE will
be back at wideout. . . . At Clemson, sophomore defensive end RICKY SAPP has
the unenviable task of replacing ACC Defensive Player of the Year Gaines Adams.
The 6' 4", 220-pound Sapp is a bit smaller than Adams, but he's fast and,
on a line that returns three starters, has a chance for a breakout season.