Florida State accomplished a major goal by defeating Oklahoma on Thursday night in the Cheez-It Bowl.

The Seminoles won 10 games this season, marking the first time they’ve accomplished that feat since 2016. It was also Florida State’s first bowl victory since the 2017 season.

The 2022 campaign was an important stepping stone for Mike Norvell and the FSU program. But he’s looking forward to accomplishing even more in 2023 and beyond.

“I will put no limits to what we can accomplish as a team,” Norvell said Thursday night after the game. “This is a special place, this is a remarkable program to be a part of … I can promise you there’s great days ahead in Tallahassee.”

Florida State will return several key players on next years’ team, including quarterback Jordan Travis. The Noles have also already added multiple key transfers for their 2023 roster.

That level of returning (and added) production will likely lead to major preseason expectations ahead of next season. FSU could be a consensus top 10 team heading into next season.

Other key players such as Jammie Robinson, Jared Verse and Johnny Wilson are expected to make their decisions on the 2023 season in the coming days.