FSU's Second Spring Scrimmage Featured Physical 'Bloodbath' on Goal-Line

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FSU's Second Spring Scrimmage Featured Physical 'Bloodbath' on Goal-Line
Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

TALLAHASSEE — Near the end of Florida State's scrimmage inside Doak Campbell Stadium on Monday afternoon, coach Jimbo Fisher issued a charge to his team. "He said he didn't care what the result [of a play] was," RB James Wilder Jr. recalled. "He just wanted to see if when we're tired, are we going to quit? Are we going to fake hurt? Are we going to lay down?" For about 30 minutes at the close of a practice that lasted more than two hours, Fisher had his offense and defense in short-yardage territory, repeating a set of intense goal-line drills. The grueling final series of plays left Fisher feeling encouraged.

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