FSU football fans continue to countdown until Saturday evening after one of the longest offseasons in history. At least it seems that way, but I think it points to the gravity of this season for Mike Norvell and the need to find success in year three.
The good news is we have far fewer questions heading into the season than in years past. We saw enough progression defensively to have an idea of what they will be in 2022.
Though there are still some questions about the passing offense, I think we have a good idea of what’s possible with Jordan Travis at quarterback when he’s healthy. I’m interested to see what the ceiling could be.
The Duquesne game should be nothing more than a warm-up scrimmage Saturday evening. I know what happened last year with Jacksonville State, but I’d put money on that never happening again under Mike Norvell.
There are no betting odds on this game for a reason. However, other than it as the season opener, there are still valid and exciting reasons to watch.
Here are three things to look for in the Duquesne game Saturday evening.