On list a coaches needing pivotal year twos Mike Norvell’s might be the most imporant.
It’s possible we could see Florida State use two quarterbacks in games and more likely that throughout the ups and downs of the year the Seminoles will need two capable quarterbacks, but how Norvell handles that battle will determine how the offense performs. Norvell’s Memphis teams were scoring in the 40s and 50s with regularity but his first year with FSU saw a scoring average of 17.3 points per game across the team’s six losses and 25.8 points per game on the season. It doesn’t matter the quarterback, Norvell has to find ways to get Florida State more points in Year Two. The schedule is among the toughest in the country so the final record may not be reflective of the team, so it’s important that the Seminoles give fans something to be excited about and fans love touchdowns
There’s a lot of fresh blood playing wide receiver this year; hopefully the new faces results in a better performance.
Next up in our opponent the Orangemen of Syracuse.
Clemson’s Brent Venables got another raise.
NCAA’s Mark Emmert finally said something good.
High four-star CB Daylen Everette is ready to announce his commitment:
2023 offensive tackle Bo Hughley has FSU in his top 8:
ESPN updated its 2022 ranking and four FSU commitments are featured with one surprise.
Now is a good time to sign up for Mike Martin Jr.’s next camp:
Scottie Barnes has the potential to be FSU’s best pro:
Scottie Barnes could easily end up as the best player in the 2021 NBA Draft, @johnhollinger writes.— The Athletic NBA (@TheAthleticNBA) July 14, 2021
“If he shoots even halfway decently, he has a pretty good runway to being an NBA All-Star.”
Top 70 prospects: https://t.co/3DqfQHzcPO pic.twitter.com/QCuRzDaJs6
Marvin Wilson is back in town today: