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Florida State football interviews following historic comeback against Ole Miss

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Jimbo Fisher and some players gave interviews and talked to the media following the ‘Noles comeback victory against Ole Miss.

NCAA Football: Mississippi at Florida State Logan Bowles-USA TODAY Sports

Florida State football came back in what was the largest comeback victory in school history when it scored 33 unanswered points in a 45-34 final against Ole Miss.

Head coach Jimbo Fisher talked about how proud he was of FSU for never giving up, and fighting. He went onto detail about what needs to be done in order to come back from a large deficit, just as the ‘Noles had done.

After collecting his first career interception in the team’s opener, defensive back Derwin James talked about the comeback victory and what coach Charles Kelly told the team at halftime.

Redshirt freshman QB Deondre Francois led the team’s offense to 33 unanswered points in the second half and nine straight scoring possessions. Following the game, he talked about how he was able to stay calm, and keep is composure to surge back against Ole Miss.

Offensive lineman Rod Johnson talked about how he was able to keep his composure and mentality focused after falling way behind early.

Defensive end Demarcus Walker, who has 4.5 sacks in the victory, was very humble and confident following the game. The defensive end talked about his though process of getting a sack every single time and what adjustments he and the D-line made in the second half.

Running back Dalvin Cook explained what happened when he fumbled the ball out of bounds, and discussed his game and the team’s resiliency to come back and defeat Ole Miss.