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End of Spring Practice Nearing for Seminoles

FSU gears up for final practice with Garnet & Gold Game set for Saturday.

 

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida State took it light Wednesday afternoon practicing in just shorts and helmets at the intramural fields across from Doak Campbell Stadium. The Seminoles wrapped up their second scrimmage of the spring on Monday, and after taking Tuesday, they returned for a correction day.

“A productive day,” FSU head football coach Jimbo Fisher said following Wednesday’s practice. “We got a lot of situational work. The guys had a good attitude today. We got their attention from some of the little things they had done wrong in the scrimmage. It’s what you would expect from a mature group that has a lot of pride in what they do. I was very proud of the way they worked today, and we got some things done offensively and defensively. It was a solid practice, especially for being in helmets and shorts.”

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Seminoles Wrap Up Prep Work for Second Scrimmage

 

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida State squeezed in a Saturday morning practice after pushing back it’s originally scheduled scrimmage to Monday. That second scrimmage of the spring will take place at 3:30 p.m. Monday inside Doak Campbell Stadium.

 

“It was better today, physical,” FSU head coach Jimbo Fisher said. “Defense won some. Offense won some. It was a good practice. There are still some inconsistencies that we got to get ironed out, but we’re getting there. We got to clean some things up.”

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FSU Spring Practice Week 1, Practice Report

 

 

By Marcus Joseph

Seminoles Spring Football Practice Opens

Tallahassee, Fla. – With off-season changes to the offense and defense, Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher looks forward to seeing improvements and development from his maturing team this spring.

“You can experiment a lot in the spring and move guys around and see who the play makers are and who can be versatile and do things for your team,” said head coach Jimbo Fisher during a news conference on Monday. “I’m looking forward to how they can jump up and compete and not only provide competition for starting jobs but for good quality depth. That’s always the key.”

Over the off-season head coach Fisher made some personnel changes switching junior defensive end Dan Hicks to offense and moving defensive tackle Cameron Erving to the offensive line.

One of the biggest challenges of the spring session for the FSU offense will be to find a starting offensive line. The Seminoles struggled last season at the offensive line position giving up 40 sacks for a total of 286 yards.

 

FSU Football Camp 2011 Photo By Marcus Joseph

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