April 8, 2013
Physicality Made for Great Second Scrimmage
Sights and Sounds
Jimbo Fisher Interview
Christian Jones Interview
James Wilder Interview
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Florida State's second scrimmage had a nice combination of toughness, competitiveness and consistency as the Seminoles worked through another 130 plus play ending with a heavy dose of goal line and red zone situations. The `Noles worked for more than 2 ½ hours inside Doak Campbell Stadium with just five days remaining until the annual Garnet and Gold Spring game.
"You can see the competitiveness and the consistency," FSU head coach Jimbo Fishersaid after Monday's scrimmage. "Just the competition. We have skill, but you've got to be tough to play and I was very proud with what we did today."
As usual, FSU rotated its first, second and third team offenses and defenses for the first half of the scrimmage, but the second half featured the Seminoles working extensively on red zone and goal line situations. FSU ended the scrimmage with roughly 20 plus plays of work from the goal line.
FSU returns to the practice field Wednesday and Thursday. All practices are closed to the public. The annual Garnet and Gold Spring football game is slated for 2 p.m. at Doak Campbell Stadium Saturday. The game will be carried on ESPN3.