Florida State's quarterbacks had the added challenge of learning a new offensive scheme in what essentially was an online class. With practices halted just three days into March, players went home from spring break. And from there they watched, listened and learned about coach Mike Norvell's offense.
"We've been in these Zoom meetings and we've been really getting after it," redshirt junior quarterback James Blackman said on Saturday afternoon. "It was a constant, meeting every day with the coaches on Zoom, trying to figure out and get a better understanding of the offense . . .
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