Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jordan Travis (13) scores on a two-point conversion. The Florida State Seminoles defeated the Miami Hurricanes 31-28 Saturday, Nov. 13, 2021. Fsu V Miami Second Half656
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FSU football will get its spring practice later this week as the third year of the Mike Norvell era is underway.
The players have endured strength and conditioning, weightlifting, and the Tour of Duty workouts over the past couple of months.
This 2022 spring camp will be the most important one of Mike Norvell’s coaching career. He has an offensive roster with players he recruited or has endured the two seasons and a new offensive coordinator in Alex Atkins.
For those in garnet and gold, the start of spring couldn’t come soon enough after the last four disappointing seasons.
As bad as things have been, we got a glimpse of what progress looks like offensively in 2021.
I believe they would have won more games had injuries not hit the quarterback and offensive line positions.
However, it’s up to the coaching staff to address those depth issues. They’ve brought in several players at different positions from the transfer portal to create depth. Will it be enough to see an offense close to what Mike Norvell had while at Memphis?
Here are the top three offensive questions for the Noles entering the spring practice.

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