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  The quarterback change to Jordan Travis not only appears to have helped FSU's rushing game but also its passing attack. James Blackman opened the season as the starting quarterback. But after two lackluster performances, the Seminoles made the change to true freshman Tate Rodemaker before their game against Jacksonville State. However, when FSU's offense continued to struggle, Norvell turned to Travis. He stepped in and helped the team rally to defeat JSU 41-24. FSU offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham says he has seen a ton of improvement in the team, especially since Travis took over at quarterback. "Anyone who wants to see the improvement, go put on Georgia Tech, and go put on the last three games," Dillingham said. "Just go watch it. And I would highly recommend that because it shows the progress. I said it last week -- we are getting better, not to be confused with good, and I meant that. - Times Union

(DS#67 QB) rSr/2023 QB James BlackmanArkansas State
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