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Noles News: Florida State turns focus to Jacksonville State

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Mike Norvell gives thoughts on QBs after reviewing the game film

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

Football

Florida State football has officially entered game week for this Saturday’s contest against Jacksonville State with the Seminoles returning to the practice field for the first time since their overtime loss to Notre Dame.

The start of the new week coming with plenty of interviews from the program after a couple days to review the game film and get a better perspective on what went right and what went wrong on Sunday night.

Recruiting coordinator and running backs coach David “YAC” Johnson shared what I’m sure the messaging inside the program over the quarterback position is on Twitter with a snippet of the game broadcast.

Though ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit seems to have his own favorite after he named McKenzie Milton his top performing player in the country after Week 1.

As I mentioned yesterday, Milton’s story was one of a few heartwarming moments from the Seminoles this weekend. Another was the reunion of Dillan Gibbons and Timothy Donovan. Timothy getting a look all around the FSU facility and some personal time with Coach Norvell who made a meaningful bond with the Donovan family as well.

Tuesday, special teams coordinator and defensive end coach John Papuchis launched a non-profit with an eye toward helping the community as well. More details still to come through their Instagram page so be sure to give that a follow. We’re excited to see the great work their able to do as well.

Recruiting

The fallout from Sunday’s overtime thriller is continuing in the recruiting landscape as potential future Seminoles got their first taste of what a true Doak atmosphere looks and feels like. So how has that impacted the Florida State of Recruiting? Our three stars break it all down for you.

Soccer/Volleyball

It’s not just football to look forward to this week as both the soccer and volleyball teams have a handful of games still ahead.

Softball

The spring sports are waiting for their turn to take the field and sharing some really nice views in the process.