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Seminoles feeling better after bye week


Miami Herald Writer

As No. 10 Florida State prepares for Saturday’s home opener against Nevada, coach Jimbo Fisher said last week’s bye came at a perfect time.

“We got some guys healed up, as crazy as that sounds,” Fisher said. “When you had a very long camp and a physical camp like we did, [the week off] came actually at a very opportune time.”

Junior running back James Wilder Jr. and sophomore corner PJ Williams were back at practice Monday, and junior guard Tre Jackson is “healing extremely well” but wasn’t able to fully participate, Fisher said.

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