How Did Auburn Steal FSU’s Signals In The BCS Title Game?
Sunday, February 16, 2014
During the third quarter of Florida State’s win over Auburn in the VIZIO BCS National Championship Game, we noticed that Jimbo Fisher and the Florida State offense had gone back to using the once-ubiquitous towels to hide the play calls being signaled from the sideline. We asked Fisher about it in the press conference the following morning, and he confirmed that Auburn had indeed succeeded in football’s form of espionage prior to that point. (Nole Digest)
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