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Florida State Seminoles still going strong

 

Miami Herald Writer

Florida State is heading into its ninth game in nine weeks.

Through two months of the regular season, the Seminoles have yet to have a bye.

Despite the lack of rest, Seminoles coach Jimbo Fisher feels his team is still locked in and focused.

“Very impressed with what we did [this week],” Fisher said following Thursday’s practice.

“Guys were really locked in — in the run game, pass game, blitz game and all situations. Probably had one of the best weeks of practice that we’ve had.”

Florida State is about to get two of the next three weekends off.

After hosting Duke on Saturday, FSU plays at Virginia Tech on Nov. 8 before traveling to Maryland to face the Terrapins on Nov. 17.

The Seminoles will end their regular season at home against second-ranked Florida on Nov. 24.

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