FSU Head Coach Mike Norvell Sends powerful Message Ahead of Georgia Matchup

And be honest and sincere in the moment. You live with all the fruits.”

Florida State Seminoles The Florida State Seminoles are set to face the Georgia Bulldogs in the 90th Orange Bowl on December 30, but it is not without controversy. The 13-0 Seminoles were previously shut out of the playoffs by 12-1 Texas and Alabama, starting with a roster that developed a breakout percentage.

FSU will have no more than 14 players in the tournament and only one scholarship player in former four-star recruit Brock Glenn, who looks to lead the must Noles to another win after winning the ACC just a few weeks ago. .

Coach Mike Norvell and the Seminoles landed in Miami on Christmas Day to prepare for the Bulldogs, and Norvell sent a message after his final game following his outstanding season.

 

The world will influence your fears, the world will be full of dark moments and it will always be competitive. If you act honestly and faithfully at that time, you can live with all the results. I am happy and grateful for every opportunity. The world will influence your fears, the world will be full of dark moments and it will always be competitive. If you act honestly and faithfully at that time, you can live with all the results. I am happy and grateful every time I have the opportunity to #KeepCLIMBing #AllWeGotAllWeNeed Norvell is known for his inspirational stories and is currently the recipient of several coaching awards.

 

The challenge that awaits the Noles in Miami could be another lesson, a turning point on Florida State’s path back to national prominence.

 

Georgia is currently favored by 17 points, and this is the only game Florida State has entered as an underdog this year. The game is scheduled for 4:00 p.m. It’s on ESPN.

 

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