Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher saw what he was looking for in the Seminoles 130-play scrimmage Monday, as the team reached the mid-point of spring practice.
The coaching staff got an extensive look at the first, second and third-team offense and defenses, making building depth a priority, but also extending competition for positions. They wanted to give as many players they could opportunities to make an impression. It was a good day for the garnet and gold.
There were some good and bad signs for both sides (of the ball), Fisher said after the scrimmage. I think plays were made on each side because the other side didnt execute. Thats kind of typical for this time in the spring.
We did some good things. All of the quarterbacks rotated in evenly. Each had their chances with the 1s and 2s in different situations. Guys did some nice things, but we have a long way to go.
The Seminoles also worked on special situations, such as third downs, redzone, goal line, and two-minute offen...