Mike Norvell released a statement regarding the agreement with FSU To Enhanced Contract

 Mike Norvell, Michael Alford and Richard McCullough break down all the details about Florida State’s big move.

Florida State University and head football coach Mike Norvell have agreed to terms on an improved contract, it was announced Friday.
“We came to Tallahassee four years ago and it was a life-changing experience,” Norvell said.
“Knowledge of great history, traditions and expectations have guided our staff every day. It’s been an incredible journey these past four years and I’ve fallen in love with this program, the university and the people I represent. I am very excited to continue our ascent to bring Florida State back to the pinnacle of college football. We are committed to being the best on and off the field as we help develop our players to be the best in all areas of their lives. I am extremely grateful for the amazing dedication to our student-athletes and the staff of President McCullough, AD Alford and the Board of Trustees. #Keep CLIMBing and Go Noles!o”

We are pleased that Coach Norvell has reaffirmed his commitment to Florida State University and our student-athletes,” said Florida State Vice President and Director of Athletics Michael Alford. “During my time at FSU , it was clear what a special person she is. He truly is so much more than merely a great football coach! His dignity, class, warmth, humility and professionalism is evident to anyone in his presence. We know how fortunate we are to have him as our head football coach, and our university is blessed to have him as one of its most visible ambassadors. As we move forward into a bright future, it is incredibly reassuring to know that Mike remained steadfast and focused on continuing his unifying, collaborative relationships with all of us at FSU. I am elated to continue this journey together.andquot;

Norvell will enter his fifth season at Florida State in 2024 and ninth as a head coach with an overall record of 68-31, including 23-4 over the last two seasons. He became the eighth coach to win both the Dodd Trophy and Bear Bryant Award in the same season, earning each national Coach of the Year honor after leading Florida State to the seventh undefeated regular season in program history, an ACC Championship Game win over No. 14 Louisville and a No. 4 ranking in the final regular season Associated Press poll before an appearance in the Capital One Orange Bowl.

Norvell was also named the 2023 ACC Coach of the Year and AFCA Region 1 Coach of the Year. He was one of five finalists for the George Munger Coach of the Year Award from the Maxwell Soccer Club and one of 12 finalists for the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award.

Coach Norvell is an incredible individual and we are excited to have him lead our football program,” Florida State University President Richard McCullough said. “He has built a culture that strives to make our student-athletes successful and better every day on the field and in life. We thank him for revitalizing our football program. As Coach of the Year, Mike Norvell could have gone anywhere. He chose FSU. The climb has begun, and I am excited to see the heights this program will reach under Coach Norvell’s continued leadership. Go Noles!”

Norvell produced the third 13-win season in Florida State history, joining the 2013 national championship team and the 2014 College Football Playoff semifinalists, and the first ACC title for FSU since 2014. Norvell is the sixth different ACC coach to lead his team to an undefeated record in conference play since 2000.

   Florida State posted a program-record 25 selections to All-ACC teams, including at least one at each position, led by Player of the Year quarterback Jordan Travis. FSU’s eight first-team selections were the most in the conference, and Florida State also led the ACC in second- and third-team selections.

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