I've been rolling this around in my hat rack for a few days, but didn't quite know how to approach this. For a quick refresher, Pruitt's Florida State defense held Clemson's very high powered offense in check, only giving up 7 points to the starters.
Thankfully, Tigernet goes there for us. Both coaches have different talent levels at key positions, but you have to think Morris has the upper hand because he's recruited several of these guys, and they've been playing in his system longer. The other upside, for Georgia partisans, is that FSU was the only team to completely stymie Morris' offense last year. While some of that was talent on talent, some of that was scheming to get pressure on Boyd and allow FSU's tough LBs to neutralize check down passing threats.
From that perspective, we only need our DBs to be competent, if our front seven is as good as advertised. If we do that, I'll feel ok with the outcome.