In episode three of the Osceola’s Seminole Sidelines Podcast, Publisher Jerry Kutz, Managing Editor Bob Ferrante, Football Analyst Mark Salva and Patrick Burnham discuss a number of topics in regards to FSU and college football. These include our takeaways from what coach Mike Norvell, his staff and Osceola sources had to say after the team’s first-ever scrimmage under its new coach, our preview of the quarterback battle between James Blackman, Jordan Travis and Tate Rodemaker and we discuss how the move back to a 4-3 could make the Seminoles’ dominant up front on defense.
We also delve into Norvell’s comments about wanting his team to become mentally tougher and the impact of having only three days of spring practice had on building this toughness and the players not understanding the standards and expectations its new coach has on the practice field. Additionally, we offer our thoughts Warren Thompson apologizing to Norvell and the decision to move forward with the young wide receiver as part of the team. Plus our first ever edition of ‘Spear It or Fear It,’ where we give our a quick thumbs up or thumbs down on subjects surrounding FSU and college football.