FSU Sports Information Excerpts:
Following yesterday’s two-a-day and a hard practice today, the Seminole football team received some good news. The days of two practices are over for the week as the team will hit the fields just once a day for the next three days before breaking on Friday. The squad will reconvene in Orlando on Monday where they will hold an afternoon practice.
Head coach Bobby Bowden:
On what Wisconsin does that concerns him:
“They are the opposite of Florida. Florida spreads all over the field, spreads the ball around to everybody. Wisconsin is more a Boston College type team. They line-up with seven men in the front with two big backs and pound the ball. One of your big concerns is if you can get the ball back. They get it, sit on it and eat up a lot of time.
LB Dekoda Watson:
On the linebackers focus against Wisconsin:
“Everybody knows their offensive line and running backs are huge and that means our attacks are going to have to be a lot harder and more aggressive. We have to be ready to take on blockers and make sure we tackle because arm tackles are not going to be able to take [P.J. Hill] down. He’s 240 pounds, he weighs more than I do so we need to go out there and be focused on what we have to do. We have to gang tackle and take on our blockers and just be disciplined.”
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
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