After a dismal campaign the Florida State Seminoles have went in a new direction this afternoon hiring young protege head coach Shaun Macc. Macc served as a coach in the Nike Football Training Camps the last few years and has served as a defensive backs coach for Southern California under Lane Kiffin. He is most known for his work in the Elite 11 QB Competitions so his experience coaching and around young talent is going to certainly benefit him when recruiting. It's no question FSU brought him in for his ability to haul in talent, he is an expert recruiter who stops at nothing to bring in talent taylor made for his system. "I want to thank everyone today for having me here. It's great to be a Seminole and the man expected to lead the new charge - into ACC supremacy and national championship contention." Macc brings in with him a fresh offensive system - a balanced pro style with West Coast concepts. On offense he preaches speed and power and will substitute his players to utilize them for their strong suits. He is known for the dual backfield where two running backs shine, some duos both eclipsing 1000 yard seasons. He always has a productive quarterback whose often times a bit too confident and throws a lot of interceptions - Macc's achilles heel. Defensively, expect to see a stout 4-3 system in line with emphasis put on his defensive backs to do a lot. Not only cover in pass but also ALL help out in run support. Macc's ability to coach defensive backs has produced a ton of talent in the NFL and guys who play for him are a known commodity among scouts. Kids recognize this at an early age and gravitate towards him. Macc likes to recruit big nasty's on his DLine, sometimes guys with some character flaws that he sacrifices for raw power and aggression. Macc's Lineman are known to draw a flag or two, and he's not afraid to let them hear it when they do. "I want to bring a big nasty defense here to Tallahassee, I want people to be scared when they see us on their schedule and I want Doak Campbell Stadium to have it's old feel back. I don't want to be able to think on those sidelines"