Tallahassee, FL - Florida State spent all of Sunday morning answering questions about the upcoming season at the annual media day.
The most talked about topic, of course, was the quarterback competition. Jameis Winston and Jacob Coker are expected to battle for the number one spot.
"I try to bring that confidence and swag to the huddle, you know what I'm saying?," Winston said. "Trying to look into guys eyes so they see 'hey, he knows what he's doing.'"
"We're just cheering each other on," Coker said. "The better I play, the better it makes Jameis and the better he plays, the better it makes me. And we're just really thinking about moving the team along."
The Seminoles went from taking pictures to signing some pictures and memorabilia at Fan Day. The Civic Center was once again packed with thousands from Seminole Nation.
"Spend some nice time with the kids and the players," said Brian Stotler, an FSU alum who lives in Jacksonville, FL. "We've been coming here for 15 years. Players and coaches are always very nice, very classy."
Florida State will kickoff their first session of two-a-days on Monday.
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