Norvell bringing professionalism, accountability to the Moore Center

The lack of discipline and accountability at Florida State the past few years dating back to the end of the Jimbo era has been beyond maddening for the Seminole faithful.

For new head coach Mike Norvell, professionalism from all players and staff is expected from the second they enter the Moore Center.

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Former Memphis linebacker Bryce Huff was recently asked about the importance of a professional, team-first culture Norvell preaches.

“Forming the rules in the program to the point that you have to think about the team a lot more than we would have in the program before,” Huff said when asked what Norvell requires of his players and staff.

“We didn’t have our headphones in public areas, we only had them on in the locker room,” Huff continued. “We didn’t wear our earrings in the building so every time we walked into the facility we take our earrings out. Just thinking about the team a little bit more.”

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While these may seem like very small things, it’s all about details for Norvell. He looks at the football facilities as a place of business where individualism can have an adverse impact on the team as a whole.

Norvell has impressed many inside the program with his organization, attention to detail and holding everyone to the same standards in his first month and a half on the job with hopes that it translates on Saturdays in the fall.

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