Florida State football is three days away from the kickoff of the 2021 season against Notre Dame. The Seminoles concluded their second practice of the week this morning. After practice, running back Jashaun Corbin, tight end Camren McDonald, and defensive lineman Jermaine Johnson each spoke to the media.
Corbin has been praised by FSU’s coaches for his performance this fall. On his comfort and health this year compared to last year, Corbin said, “It’s night and day, the comfort level. Being out there and being able to make moves, being more explosive and being comfortable in the offense and confident in my teammates, it’s night and day.”
For Corbin’s full interview, see below:
Johnson wasn’t in Tallahassee when the Seminoles played Notre Dame last season, but has familiarity with the Irish from his time at Georgia. On playing Notre Dame previously, Johnson said, “I played Notre Dame in 2019... I was actually in on the game-winning stop. They like to do a lot of 12 personnel, a lot of tight ends in the game. They test your will and run straight at you. This team knows that, we know what to expect. I don’t think they’re expecting that from us, I don’t think anybody is. That’s fine, I like it like that.”
For Johnson’s full interview via Noles247, see below:
Sunday’s Notre Dame game will begin McDonald’s fourth season at Florida State. On his emotions entering game one, McDonald said, “I try to keep my emotions intact but the energy flowing throughout the building right now Is pretty eye. We’re kind’ve living on the edge, but going into the game you’ve got to keep your wits about yourself and make sure you’re even keeled... We got a good energy going on in the program right now and we’re excited for Sunday.”
For McDonald’s full interview via Noles247, see below: