After the 2009 season, Florida State lost a good chunk of its receiving corps to graduation. Then Jarmon Fortson was dismissed from the program for some off-field nonsense. Entering the 2010 year, the Seminoles knew they had talent at receiver. But that talent was, for the most part, unproven. How it would perform in a big game on the road was a complete unknown. The receivers got that chance at Oklahoma. Many FSU observers thought the receivers could hold their own. We were wrong. The results were much worse than anyone could have anticipated. Florida State marched down the field for a touchdown on its opening possession. But on Florida State's second, third and fourth drives, Oklahoma adjusted. The Sooners physically beat on FSU's receivers. Showing the receivers no respect, Oklahoma focused on taking away the running game. Drives 2-4 would end prematurely for the Seminoles due mostly to mental mistakes by and the physical limitations of the receivers. And as Jimbo Fisher tells it, Oklahoma kept scoring and FSU suddenly found itself down three touchdowns, 28-7. Will Oklahoma try the same thing this season? And if so, can the 'Noles make the Sooners pay?