Florida State defeated Georgia Tech 41-16 on Saturday afternoon in Tallahassee.

The win snapped FSU’s three-game losing streak and got the Noles back on track toward perhaps their best season of the Mike Norvell era.

After the game, Norvell covered several notable topics at his postgame press conference.

Norvell had plenty of praise for quarterback Jordan Travis, who set a career-high in passing yards in this game with 396. Travis also threw for three touchdowns in the win, which matched a career-best.

“You see a confident quarterback out there playing quarterback,” Norvell said. “I loved the way he played today.”

At running back, Lawrance Toafili had one of the best games of his Florida State career so far. He finished second on the team in rushing and receiving yards and also scored a pair of touchdowns.

His receiving touchdown was his best play of the day as he went 62 yards to give the Noles a 21-3 lead in the first half.

He bounced back from a pair of early fumbles, including one that cost the Noles points. He fumbled near the goal line in the wildcat formation and Georgia Tech was able to return it 71 yards and eventually kick a field goal.

However, Norvell was impressed with how he responded.

“That speaks volumes to who he is,” Norvell said.

Elsewhere in the running back room, CJ Campbell had a big day. The walk-on made his season debut after initially being ruled out for the entire season back in August.

Campbell scored a touchdown in the win and received credit — and an apology — from Norvell after the game. He called it a “remarkable” recovery.

Norvell also commented on the return of defensive lineman Fabien Lovett, who played in his first game since Week 1. Lovett had been battling a leg injury but was able to play vs. the Yellow Jackets.

He made one total tackle in the win.

“There’s a joy to see him out there making plays,” Norvell said. “I’m glad to have him back.”

Florida State goes on the road to face Miami in Week 10.