Fast forward: What FSU’s offense could look like in 2020

Florida State will feature tempo with spread and pro elements in 2020 under coach Mike Norvell, who has a reputation of developing players and producing top-10 offenses.

His ability to adapt to personnel has been a strength. At Memphis, he at times featured the ground attack and at others the passing game. That will be a key at FSU, where the roster is in flux at running back, receiver and across the offensive line.

Among the positives: Tamorrion Terry’s return, the Seminoles’ familiarity with tempo and a restocked group of receivers and tailbacks . . .

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