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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU quarterback back to practice

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Plus, FSU can build on positives heading into Miami game.

Football:

Florida State Seminoles football will be without Mike Norvell on Saturday, but OC Kenny Dillingham had nothing but high praise for his fill in, Chris Thomsen:

Dillingham also noted that all four of FSU’s quarterbacks took reps in practice yesterday, suggesting that freshman QB Chubba Purdy, who has been out with a broken collarbone, at least took mental reps.

You can get the low-down on all of yesterday’s practice interviews, including the rest of Kenny Dillingham’s in our practice notebook.

The Four Verts crew took a look at how the ’Noles can build on their strengths against a red-hot Miami team.

There will be more on Freeman later, but It’s rivalry week, so lets look back on some fonder times in the matchup’s history:

Recruiting:

We reconnected with our friend and Fort Lauderdale High School AD T.J. Lawrence, who gave us a behind the scenes look at Mike Norvell’s first junior day, to see how high schools are navigating these unprecedented times.

The recruiting effort continues as FSU offered a 2022 4-star athlete out of Missouri that can play both sides of the ball.

Stay in the recruiting loop by checking out Tomahawk Nation’s Recruiting Thread.

Other Sports:

The first coaches poll is out and FSU soccer checks in at no. 2:

If you’re ever in the market for a yacht, Wyatt Wilkes is your man:

Alumni:

This past NFL Sunday produced an onslaught of injuries, and unfortunately Cam Akers was included when he suffered a rib injury on a goal line carry against the Eagles. Sean McVay provided an update of the rookie’s status as LA prepares for Buffalo:

After working out for the Giants following a season-ending injury to Saquon Barkley, Devonta Freeman will get his shot to get back in the league after being cut by the Falcons before the season:

Vince Williams is enjoying a great start to the 2020 campaign:

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