FSU Notebook

Florida State shifts focus to fixing the details

 

Miami Herald Writer

The Seminoles pushed its scheduled two-a-day back to Saturday and opted to practice just once on Friday. In FSU’s first practice since its Wednesday scrimmage, coach Jimbo Fisher was focused on cleaning things up.

“[It was the first] practice after the scrimmage, we corrected some mistakes, got back to some basics and started repeating some things,” Fisher said. “Now, it’s time to become detail oriented. I think our execution needs to go up.”

Edwards Slims Down

A year after being limited as a result of his weight, sophomore defensive end Mario Edwards Jr. (the top recruit in the 2012 class) has slimmed down to 278 pounds and is working with the defensive starters.

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