The FSU football team held its first practice in full pads
this morning under humid and partly cloudy skies. Please see below the notes
and observations from the Osceola staff:
The first period of the day featured the “Oklahoma” drill, which
features a blocker, a defender and a running back. The goal of the drill for
the offense is to effectively block the defender allowing the ball carrier to
run free. The goal, of course, for the defense is to take on and shed the blocker
and go make the tackle. The entire team
circled around . . .
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