Mike Norvell was proud of his team’s ability to push through several injuries sustained during Friday’s win over Louisville.

Despite dealing with injuries, Florida State managed to pull off a 35-31 win on the road over Louisville. It was a pivotal win that came down to the 4th quarter for the Seminoles.

Moving forward, Norvell explained what Florida State will do to overcome any setbacks.

“We’ll get back, we’ll see where everybody is at and we’ll go from there. But I promise you, our team, they’ll get up, they’ll push, they’ll fight to do everything they can do,” Norvell said after Friday night’s win. “The guys who couldn’t finish the game, I promise they’re going to push to do everything they can do to be available next week. And if not then, then as quick as possible. Because they’re going to put in work.”

Most notably, Florida State lost quarterback Jordan Travis in the first half with a lower leg injury. Prior to the injury, Travis had 13 completions, 157 passing yards, 2 touchdowns, and 1 interception. The Seminoles had to move on for the remainder of the game without Travis.

In addition to Travis, defensive end Jared Verse left the game with an injury and did not return. Verse recorded 2 tackles before his injury. Linebacker Tatum Bethune and left tackle Robert Scott Jr. were also banged up.

In Week 4, Florida State will face Boston College on Saturday, Sept. 24 at 8 p.m. ET.