Seminoles prepare for season opener vs. Georgia Tech

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Head coach Mike Norvell will rely on a defense stacked with veterans and an offensive unit that will lean on Tamorrion Terry (pictured) and others following the departure of Cam Akers.

Against all odds, Florida State football is set to kick off a 11-game season when they march on to the field at Doak S. Campbell Stadium against Georgia Tech on Sept. 12. 

Under the guidance of head coach Mike Norvell, the Garnet and Gold look to set the groundwork for a new era with a mix of promising newcomers and multiple familiar veteran pieces set to contribute.


Norvell’s staff has been working on getting his players to buy into his offensive philosophy that prioritizes quick scoring drives and explosive plays. 

The former Memphis Tigers coach appears to be a good match with this new set of players, who averaged almost 28 points per game last season, despite suffering through periods of inconsistent play. Seminole fans can still vividly remember how many drives would prematurely end due to a sack caused by a struggling offensive line.

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