FSU offensive line coach Rick Trickett returns to practice
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida State offensive line coach Rick Trickett has returned to the practice field after missing Saturday's win over Notre Dame due to a health concern.
Trickett was actively working with linemen Tuesday as the Seminoles practiced after taking two days off. No. 2 Florida State (7-0, 4-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) has a bye this week before playing at Louisville on Oct. 30.
No details were given about Trickett's health issues, but coach Jimbo Fisher said Trickett has been medically cleared and is in good shape. Fisher says the 66-year-old has "to watch some things here and there."
Trickett is in his 42nd season as an assistant coach and in his eighth at FSU.
Graduate assistant David Spurlock coached the offensive line with help from Fisher and the other assistants Saturday.