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Florida State football: Video and photos from FSU’s second scrimmage

Check out sights and sounds from last night’s action

Florida State Seminoles football held its second scrimmage Saturday night, holding one that more closely resembled live game action rather than situational drills like last week’s.

“Good scrimmage [last night], got some good work in,” Norvell said during a Zoom call with the media last night. “Really rolled it more as an in-game situation, so we were able to see a lot of different things.”

While he said that the defense was dominant and took some strides, the offense left a lot to be desired.

“When you’re in a game situation, [mistakes] are magnified. I want to be faster in our communication. I didn’t think we were communicating as fast as I’d like to see.”

I look at us as a unit. It’s about a group, today as a group I didn’t think we were good enough,” offense coordinator Kenny Dillingham said. “You have to be able to own the ball and sustain drives. That’s where we failed today.”

“We can’t be a team that gets affected by momentum. It’s alway about the next play.”

Defensive coordinator Adam Fuller and Norvell gave a lot of credit to the defensive front seven on their effort tonight, honing in on praise for transfer defensive tackle Fabian Lovett.

“We’ve got a talented group there and the depth is really starting to show itself,” Norvell said. “Robert Cooper is having a really nice camp. Fabien Lovett is going to be a really, really impressive player.. [Joshua] Kaindoh is having an incredible camp.”

Check out photos and video from last night’s scrimmage below, courtesy of Florida State Sports Information:

If you want to hear from Norvell, Fuller, Dillingham and special teams coordinator John Papuchis, you can head to our notebook from yesterday.