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WATCH: DJ Williams, Jordan Young discuss first TD’s of the season

“If we do our jobs and play as a team, we’ll dominate.”

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Florida State football posted lots of firsts in a 59-3 win over UMass this past weekend. Two of those firsts came from running back DJ Williams and wide receiver Jordan Young, as they both scored their first touchdowns of this season. The Seminoles’ hope to keep their offensive momentum rolling into Death Valley this upcoming weekend. The ‘Noles started preparation for the Clemson Tigers with practice this morning. After practice, Williams and Young each spoke to the media. Here’s some of what they had to say:

DJ Williams

“It was a counter, I just knew I had to be patient and just wait on my blocks and my others were able to do it and put me in the box.”

“I was super excited. I just wanted to see them score and them do good. That’s what they do, those guys are amazing.”

“You just got to come out here and be your best like coach Norvell says and your time will come.”

“I love them, everybody wants to play in them. You just got to keep working and let it show out.”

For Williams’ full interview (Via FSU sports information), see below:

Jordan Young

“Chubba (Purdy), he’s great. I told Chubba before the game I was going to be open so just get me in the box. Kind’ve just panned for each other. I believe in Chubba, I love Chubba a lot, so it just worked out for us.”

“Keyshawn (Helton), since I got here, I’ve had my struggles and he’s been with me since day one. I feel like if one person out of anybody that I can call a brother for lifetime is Keyshawn.”

“One of the underrated parts of our team is how we close we are as brothers. Everyone gets along with everybody.”

“Personally, I feel like we should dominate. I don’t see it any other way. I feel like every opponent we play is faceless... If we do our jobs and play as a team, we’ll dominate.”

For Young’s full interview (Via FSU sports information), see below: