“Kenny has become so dependable,” Fisher said. “He does so many things. Kenny has such a great football IQ. And now he’s applying it with consistency. Sometimes I used to get mad with Kenny more than anybody because I knew his intelligence level, and I knew his instincts. But now it’s really being consistent.”
Shaw caught 34 passes as a sophomore and 33 as a junior, but with FSU’s receiving corps thinned over the summer by injury (Scooter Haggins), academics (Willie Haulstead) and off-field issues (Greg Dent), Shaw has delivered in the first two games. He has 10 catches for 188 yards, including a 24-yard touchdown grab in Saturday’s 62-7 rout over Nevada.