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Florida State football: Players talk to media after loss to Louisville

Hear what Corbin, Milton, Parchment, Brownlee, and Johnson had to say to the media.

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Florida State football fell to Louisville by a score of 31-23 on Saturday evening. The Seminoles are now 0-4 (0-2 in ACC play) to start the 2021 season. After the loss, running back Jashaun Corbin, cornerback Jarvis Brownlee, quarterback McKenzie Milton, defensive end Jermaine Johnson, and wide receiver Andrew Parchment each spoke to the media.

Here’s some of what Corbin had to say:

“It just shows a testament to who our team is. A bunch of warriors, we’re going to fight.”

“We’ve got to get back to doing the little things. There’s a lot of details that we’ve got to clean up.”

“We just got to get back to work, continue to clean things up, and continue to buy what coach Norvell is doing.”

“It’s no surprise to me. I see that everyday. All those guys on defense are ballers. I’m just thankful for those guys.”

Here’s some of what Milton had to say:

“Personally, I don’t think we’re far off. It’s just some little things, here and there.”

“The opportunity to be out there is amazing. I’m grateful for it. Those guys push me every day. I’m grateful for those guys in that room that push me. It hurts, we play to win.”

“I’m going to keep doing my best to get better and I know our guys are going to keep pushing. It’s hard not seeing the results, but that’s why you come to work.”

Here’s some of what Brownlee had to say:

“You see the same thing every week. We’re never going to give up. We work hard. We know what we put in here. We just got to keep playing hard and execute. It all comes down to fundamentals and we aren’t doing that right now.”

“I honestly feel like we should be consistent through all sixty. That first half, that was our worst football. We can’t do that. We’re going to come in tomorrow and bust our ass like we always do.”

“We just got to work on coming out fast. It got to start from as soon as we step on that field. I think that starts with everybody.”

Here’s some of what Parchment said:

“It’s not in our blood to quit and give up. This is the hardest practices I’ve ever been in in college. I’m just ready to get back to work and get ready for next Saturday.”

“I put that on me. The team brought me here to make those types of play so I’ve got to come down with that ball.”

“We just got to win our one-on-one battles and focus on the little things.”

Here’s some of what Johnson had to say:

“What we put on film in the second half, we are that team. Our potential was shown in that second half. We’ve got to get rid of that first half team.”

We’ll update this article with videos from each interview when they become available.