FSU football: Impact of Terry and Wilson returning in 2020

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FSU football got some huge news Monday morning regarding its 2020 roster. I discuss the impact of Tamorrion Terry and Marvin Wilson returning.

FSU football will play in the Sun Bowl against Arizona State (7-5) and will be four point underdogs with several starters missing from its lineup.

Yes, FSU is an underdog on a neutral field against the Sun Devils. The blowout losses to Florida and Clemson coupled with losses to teams like Wake Forest and Virginia made the outlook going into 2020 pessimistic at best.

After all, FSU would likely lose it’s two best and most proven offensive weapons in Cam Akers and Tamorrion Terry to the NFL.

They’d likely lose arguably its most important defensive player in Marvin Wilson to the NFL too.

FSU football head coach Mike Norvell has worked a lot of magic in his three weeks and change on the job, but what he accomplished Monday has to be the biggest news of his tenure thus far.

That fact both Tamorrion Terry and Marvin Wilson announced they are committed to Coach Norvell and would be returning for the 2020 season lit a fire of the FSU fan base.

It seemed to be like a seismic shift in the foundation of the fan base and the belief the Noles would be “back” much quicker than anticipated.

Of course, there are still question marks like who’ll be the quarterback and who can they plug into the offensive line.

No, I’m not claiming the Noles will win the ACC and go back to the College Football Playoffs for the second time in 2020, but these two players returning instantly improve their chances of winning more games than without them.

Let’s look at how each impact the program.

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