The Florida State Seminoles took to the practice fields Tuesday afternoon under a grey blanketed sky. But the rain and lightning kept its distance as practice began, so the 'Noles continued on as they usually do, exiting the indoor facility after they finished stretching.
Skies are grey, but it looks like the rain will stay away as #FSU practice begins. pic.twitter.com/1sh6w8nx7a— Dustin Tackett (@dtackett_) September 30, 2014
Trey Marshall, who suffered a slight concussion against NC State, did not dress out again on Tuesday. And Derrick Mitchell, who missed Monday's practice because of a family member's funeral, was again absent on Tuesday.
Mario Edwards Jr and Mario Pender continued to wear blue no-contact jerseys Tuesday as they ease their way back into thing after suffering concussions a couple weeks back against Clemson.
Following its best performance of the year, especially the second half against NC State, the offensive line seems motivated. Coach Rick Trickett also seemed happier with his group during the last two days.
Tre Jackson sat down with the media Monday evening.
FSU's Sod Cemetery was getting a change as we walked into practice today too..
Old #FSU logo coming down, new one going up. pic.twitter.com/T45DhOWEWb— Dustin Tackett (@dtackett_) September 30, 2014