Florida State and defense coordinator Adam Fuller have reportedly agreed to a new three-year contract to remain with the Noles.
When Fuller arrived at FSU, he took over the 66th-ranked scoring defense and has since guided them to being a top-10 unit. FSU ranks in the top 10 in scoring defense, passing defense, yards per play, yards per drive, sacks, and tackles for loss, to name a few.
Fuller and his staff also were one of the best in the best in the country at making adjustments which made FSU dominant in the second half this season.
With early signing day approaching, this extension should silence any rumors of Fuller taking another opportunity elsewhere. FSU has an impressive incoming defensive class with 7 Blue-Chip players currently committed to the Noles. (Per 247 Composite)
We’re happy to have Coach Fuller staying home after earning a well-deserved new contract. Fuller made 1.1M in 2023 and was set to make 1.2M in 2024. The current details of the new contract are not yet available. Thanks for reading, and Go Noles!
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