Notes: Led by Kaindoh, Seminoles break rock and break camp

The rocks are about 1 foot by 1 foot, a square paver that could be used for a walkway. To Mike Norvell, it’s part of the path in a team’s journey.

Norvell uses the rock as a steppingstone, to symbolize different stages of the year. On Saturday, it was time to sign and break the rock. Preseason camp is over, Norvell said. And now it’s time to get down to business as Florida State prepares for the opener against Georgia Tech.

“Every player signs, every coach signs, we get a chance to . . .

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