FSU Sports Information Excerpts:
The FSU football team practiced for 20 periods Tuesday as the team started to put in its game plan for Maryland. The Terrapins (5-5, 2-4) are coming off a big upset of No. 8 Boston College and need one more victory to become bowl eligible. The Seminoles (6-4, 3-4) are playing for their seventh win for the 25th consecutive season and to also send their 23 seniors off with a victory.
Practice started with PAT and field goal. After a few periods of special teams work, the squad spent most of the day working versus the scout teams.
Later in the day the team went through inside drills, 1-on-1, skeleton and pass rush.
In pass rush Everette Brown got to the QB three times. Other sacks were recorded by Budd Thacker, Justin Mincey, Paul Griffin, Neefy Moffett, Alex Boston and Kendrick Stewart. Ryan McMahon, Jacky Claude and Evan Bellamy recorded wins on the other side of the ball.
Practice closed with 11-on-11.
Head Coach Bobby Bowden
"Antone (Smith) came out today, I don't think (Russell) Ball will be ready but I think the other two tailbacks will be, I hope, be okay. Nothing real serious about them. I think they were better today then they were yesterday. See if can get them some work tomorrow. They just ran across the field, all the problems are in the shoulders, I think it's just a bruise, how severe I don't know."
Tuesday, November 13, 2007
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