FSU Football: Jimbo Fisher Very Happy With Practice

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Sep 24, 2016; Tampa, FL, USA; Florida State Seminoles head coach Jimbo Fisher looks on from the bench in the second quarter against the South Florida Bulls at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Logan Bowles-USA TODAY Sports

FSU football head coach Jimbo Fisher spoke with the media after Tuesday’s practice. He seems to be very happy with how this team is performing at practice.

FSU football head coach Jimbo Fisher seems to be very happy with how his team is practicing for the second week in a row.

He felt that the team practiced well last week in preparation for NC State. The team ultimately did enough to win, but still struggled offensively in the first half of the game.

Fisher said, “Good Tuesday practice, I loved the enthusiasm…had some good execution….had a good bounce in their step…good look in their eye and hopefully it’ll carry on into this week.

I really like how we’re practicing, I keep saying we’re learning how to practice and play better…those young guys eliminating some little mistakes and little things…how the align…how they run a route. Those young players are getting better and better.”

Fisher also talked about the challenge of playing on a short week, how they have to change the practice schedule and what they’re working on at practice.

He also talks about the number of younger players that have had to step up because of injuries or players that left to play in the NFL.


It’s great the players are beginning to practice consistently well. However, it’s time for these practices to translate over to actual games.

FSU football has had a difficult time getting both offense and defense to play in sync during games. It seems either the defense gets stops and the offense can’t do much, or the defense gives up two touchdowns and the offense still can’t do much.

We’re curious to see if FSU will play a complete game and win on Friday night.

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