SINCE 1996

2024 Nominee

Adam Fuller


Florida State

Defensive Coordinator

Why should this nominee be considered for the Broyles Award?
  • Florida State is one of six teams to not
    allow 30 points in a game this season.
  • Florida State leads the nation in opponent
    completion percentage (48.4) and fewest passing touchdowns allowed (4). FSU
    also ranks 4th in opponent passer rating.
  • Florida State is the only team in the country
    to not allow a passing touchdown at home.
  • Florida State held four consecutive opponents
    under 150 passing yards for the first time since 1999.
  • Florida State held four consecutive opponents
    under 50 percent completion percentage for the first time since 2003.
  • In October, Florida State led the nation in
    opponent completion percentage (41.7), yards per pass allowed (4.2) and
    opponent passer rating (72.41).
  • LSU ranks top 5 in scoring offense (45.3
    ppg). FSU held the Tigers to 24 points, its lowest total of the season.
  • FSU also held Syracuse to its lowest point
    total (3).
  • Holding opponents to just 12.6 points per
    game over last five games.
  • Has overseen the development and growth of
    cornerback Renardo Green, a Thorpe Award semifinalist, and defensive end Jared
    Verse, a Lombardi Award and Lott IMPACT Trophy semifinalist.
  • Defense held Pitt to 0-for-11 on third down,
    just the fifth time in recorded FSU history that a team did not convert a third
    down opportunity.
  • Held Duke (76) and Wake Forest (82) under 100
    passing yards in consecutive weeks.
  • Dating to last season, FSU had a 12-game
    stretch with a takeaway, the Noles longest streak in nearly 10 years.
  • FSU has scored two defensive touchdowns this
    season – a 30-yard interception from Jarrian Jones against Southern Miss and a
    game-changing scoop-and-score from 56 yards at Clemson. FSU snapped Clemson’s
    25-game home ACC winning streak by holding the Tigers to seven points after
  • Allowing an average of 6.55 points per game after halftime.