FSU football: Three things learned from 2021 spring camp

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FSU football completed its spring camp with Sunday’s practice. Spring practices usually end with the spring practice, but Mike Norvell wanted to break down the spring game and correct those mistakes.

It was also an opportunity to host practice with lots of recruits in town who attended the spring game.

This spring camp has been drastically different than last year, with the Noles completing all 15 practices compared to just three last season.

Several programs have had to pause activities due to COVID-19 issues, but the Noles have avoided that for the most part.

The program completing those practices seems to have made a difference. The players looked more organized on both sides of the ball.

There were fewer penalties, and defensive players were in a position to make plays even though they gave up some big plays.

I think some fans are confusing two things. It’s possible to improve and beat the likes of Boston College or Wake Forest and have virtually no shot of winning the conference.

It’s a process, and teams don’t go from not being very good to the elite in one season. Here are three things we learned from spring camp.

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