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Florida State receiver Tamorrion Terry: “I came back to win games”

The senior wide receiver spoke with the media Friday

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Florida State Seminoles football receiver Tamorrion Terry spoke with the media today, and confirmed that he won’t be opting out of the 2020 college football season.

“I came back for a reason. I don’t want to be average. I want to be great. I told Coach Norvell I came back to win ball games.”

As far as things to improve on, he mentioned, “being consistent. No dropped balls. Just the little things.”

While Terry is on his fourth offensive coordinator of his career, he’s still put up plenty of production in his career, and will have a great chance to excel in head coach Mike Norvell and offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham’s offensive scheme:

“I’m going to be moving around a lot. I’m not gonna be on just one side of the ball. I’m also going to be on special teams and helping out there.”

See the full interview with Terry here: