FSU football officially wrapped up fall camp Saturday with a night practice in Doak Campbell Stadium. The Noles will focus their attention toward the LSU Tigers as they open the 2023 season on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ET.
This offseason has been one of the best for the Noles in quite some time. The players have outworked teams from years passed and surpassed previous marks measured by the GPS systems, according to Mike Norvell.
Whether that’s coach speak or not, FSU looks like a different team from a physical standpoint. There will be no more getting bullied in the trenches or at the skill positions.
They say teams take on the personality of its head coach. I think I’d describe Mike Norvell as passionate, driven, detailed-oriented, and willing to do whatever it took to win. These FSU players sound like professional players when talking to the media.
It’s like they’re on a mission, which seems odd, considering the number of transfers that will likely start games in 2023. Even the young freshmen already understand the mentality needed to succeed. I’m beyond excited to see what this team can do in 2023. Here are three thoughts at the conclusion of fall camp.