Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher delivered some unfortunate news Sunday evening regarding starting defensive back Trey Marshall, who left Saturday's game against Louisville with an arm injury. Marshall, who has started every game for the Seminoles this season, will have surgery and will miss the remainder of the season, according to Warchant.com.
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FSU has dealt with the loss of Marshall in each of the last two weeks, but for very different reasons. Against Miami, the youngster was ejected for a targeting. They have found ways to work around his absence, but this is absolutely a major blow to the Seminoles' defense.
FSU will be on the road this week against Georgia Tech, and Paul Johnson's triple option may provide some challenges to a thin FSU secondary.