The Florida State football team hit the field Wednesday
morning for the sixth practice of the 2019 preseason. Practice was held under
partly sunny skies and very humid conditions. The intensity of practice
continues to ramp up and you could hear the thuds of pads and helmets colliding
from the offensive and defensive fields.
The Osceola was on hand again for the portion of practice
that was open to the media, which was 35 minutes today.
The first drill of the day was three-tiered “Oklahoma” drill
that FSU calls the “Nole” drill.
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