The Florida State football team took the field on Wednesday
night as the Seminoles try to acclimate to the temperature and lighting
conditions they will face next Saturday night in their opener against Boise
State. The team practiced in shells under cloudy skies and humid conditions. It
was also the first time during camp that I can remember rock-n-roll and country
music being played during practice.
While the media was allowed just 20 minutes to view practice
last night a couple of things stood out to the Osceola staff. Here are news and
notes from . . .
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