TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — A bye week can do wonders for any team, especially a team with many nagging injuries and one that's struggling to find consistency.
After losing to Louisville, Florida State benefitted from the extra time off. Their attention is now turned towards Pitt, who they'll host Saturday.
Who could return this week?
Receiver Tamorrion Terry, who head coach Mike Norvell called a game-time decision, quarterback Jordan Travis, a guy that will play healthy for this first time in a while, both mentally and physically.
"My body feels really good," said Travis. "Mentally, it did a lot for me so I can just focus on the week and all the little things about the offense. Usually, when you get caught up in game week, your mind starts running all over the place. I got to relax and get my mind right."
"Being able to get him to go out there and have these practices and to continue to build upon the things he does well and working on the fundamentals and all aspects of his game," Norvell said. "He's been able to embrace that and do a nice job."
Saturday's match-up with Pitt is set for a 4 p.m. kick.