Florida State will get their first chance at showing off their 2011 squad this Saturday at their annual spring game. While the "scrimmage" doesn't exactly showcase what a real game would be like, it still gives fans an idea as to who to look out for or who has stepped up the most.
This year will bring a newly added agenda and that is simply backing up the hype. Ever since head coach Jimbo Fisher landed the top recruiting class in the country in only his second year; there's been talk about how good this team can be.
Add that with the 10-4 record from a year ago and you have a nice combination of returning veterans to go along with the abundance of great youth added to the program.
There will be some new faces in new positions; for starters, Christian Ponder is gone and E.J. Manuel is taking over the reigns of starting quarterback.
The line has been revamped and there are players on defense ready to step up and live up to their billing. This Saturday should be above all things entertaining because it will give fans something to look forward to, and that is another successful season under Fisher.