It was an another fascinating weekend for Florida State football and college football in general. The Seminoles sputtered out of the gate against Jacksonville State, trailing 14-0 against the FCS Gamecocks heading into the second quarter and behind 21-14 at the half. All's well that ends well though. FSU stormed back to a come-from-behind win, its first of the season and under head coach Mike Norvell. Quarterback Jordan Travis was inserted into the game on the Seminoles' fifth series replacing Tate Rodemaker, who was making his first career start, and led the offense to . . .
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