Biggest takeaways from McKenzie Milton’s performance in Florida State’s spring game | ACC Network

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Biggest takeaways from McKenzie Milton’s performance in Florida State’s spring game | ACC Network

Andrea Adelson joins All ACC and assesses McKenzie Milton’s return to the field during the spring football game with the Florida State Seminoles after almost two and a half years of not playing due to a serious leg injury. She also discusses the potential battle that could take place between McKenzie Milton and Jordan Travis for the starting QB position and shares how she became a guest coach with Mike Norvell during the spring.

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0:00 Andrea Adelson weighs in on McKenzie Milton’s performance in FSU’s spring football game.

2:00 Adelson discusses the potential battle that could take place between McKenzie Milton and Jordan Travis for the starting QB position.

3:35 Adelson on filling in as a coach with Mike Norvell at FSU’s spring game.

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