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Mike Norvell speaks after Tuesday’s practice

“He’s worked really hard maintaining all the things that he could control.”

NCAA Football: Duquesne at Florida State Melina Myers-USA TODAY Sports

The Seminoles were back at the practice facility today for their first warmup ahead of Georgia Tech. Florida State had a bye week last weekend, so players nursing injuries and mishaps in communication were discussed to see just how much this time can improve in the next five games. The Noles have three ACC matchups ahead of them, along with two non-conference games later in the season.

Florida State headed into this week as a heavy favorite for Saturday’s contest against the Yellow Jackets. FSU has proved they can dominate against the lower-level teams in the conference, and Georgia Tech definitely meets that criteria. Head coach Mike Norvell has been pleased with the Noles response following a three-game skid, knowing the Seminoles have to improve in order to retain bowl eligibility and come out with a winning record in the second half of the season.

Norvell spoke with the media following Tuesday’s practice to talk about what they worked on in practice after the bye, Fabian Lovett’s injury, newcomer improvement, and more in his full interview below:

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