Quarterback battle ongoing at Florida State

Florida State heads into spring football in a unique position.

There’s talent all over the field in Tallahassee, of course, but with minimal experience at the all-important quarterback position, the Seminole coaches will be working overtime to make sure that the offense is where it needs to be heading into the summer months.

For those following FSU, it’s arguably the most interesting topic of conversation — aside of whether the Seminoles will be good enough to challenge for another national championship — heading into the 2016 season.

FSU could realistically be a contender for a return to the College Football Playoff in 2016 if it can get its situation figured out under center. But with Sean Maguire out the entire spring coming off January surgery on a fractured left ankle suffered in December’s Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl loss to Houston, it will be up to a trio of young signal-callers to fill the void.