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Florida State football practice report: 10/28

The 'Noles finished up preparation Tuesday before their trip to Louisville.

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The Florida State Seminoles entered the indoor practice facility during a hot Tuesday afternoon to finish up preparation for Thursday night's game against Louisville.

Right guard Tre Jackson, who missed Monday's practice, was back in pads and working at his rightful position.

Mario Pender, Jacob Pugh, EJ Levenberry, Markus Eligwe and Demarcus Christmas did not dress for Tuesday's practice.

Terrance Smith continued to wear a blue no-contact jersey, and could be a good thing with the number of linebackers not dressing out for practice.

Bobby Hart remained limited Tuesday, while Roderick Johnson continued work as the first team right tackle. Hart did do shadow work alongside Johnson, so it'll be interesting to see who starts come Thursday night's game.

Sean Maguire, as he did on Monday, continued throwing the football on Tuesday. This is good news, as the backup quarterback has missed a few weeks due to a hand injury.

Rashad Greene has been taking reps alongside Travis Rudolph with the second team kick returners.

Jimbo Fisher will speak with the media following Tuesday's practice.