Mike Norvell knows who will start at quarterback for Florida State. Who will be the backup remains a question, but it is also a welcome competition.
Norvell said Jordan Travis returned to the practice field this week, and the redshirt sophomore has split No. 2 reps with true freshman Tate Rodemaker.
“Those guys have been splitting a lot of the reps there," Norvell said. "I’m really pleased with what I’ve been seeing from Tate. I’m very, very excited about his development and growth. Jordan has looked really good this week, getting back . . .
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