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    Wednesday, August 15, 2007

    Frady Moves And Surratt Fighting For Position

    Senior John Frady will move from center to tight end when he returns to practice following off-season ankle surgery. Frady started all 13 games at center last season and 21 in his FSU career, but the emergence of converted defensive lineman Ryan McMahon pushed him down the depth chart.


    Talk is that the Noles may be attempting to emulate the Gators when they used receiver Percy Harvin in the backfield last year. The Seminoles used wide receiver Damon McDaniel on some goal-line running plays during Tuesday morning's practice. He scored a touchdown on one play and impressed coach Bobby Bowden.

    Fullback Joe Surratt is fighting for his starting position back. In 2006 Surratt led FSU with six rushing touchdowns, scoring five in the first four games. His injured shoulder slowed him, and he skipped the Emerald Bowl for surgery. He lost the starting job in the spring and was absent for much of summer workouts. Surratt said he was very disappointed but will not give up his spot without a fight."I'm pushing more, hitting-wise, and it's helping me out," Surratt said.

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