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FSU practice report: Peach Bowl prep continues

News, notes, and observations from the day's Florida State practice.

Dalvin Cook and Jacques Patrick
Dalvin Cook and Jacques Patrick
Curt Weiler

Florida State participated in a full-pad practice Monday in a new venue, the Georgia Dome, after spending the first two practice days at the nearby Georgia Tech practice facility.


Ermon Lane was not participating once again, with crutches nearby and a boot on his left foot as he heals from a broken toe. Lorenzo Featherston, Keith Bryant, Derrick Mitchell, Cole Minshew, David Robbins, Chad Mavety, and Ryan Hoefeld were all watching from the sideline and not in uniform as well.

Tyrell Lyons, who has not played since tearing his ACL in practice during Boston College week, was at practice riding a stationary bike on the sideline as he continues his rehab for next season.


RB Johnathan Vickers shunned his non-contact jersey at today's practice, participating in a full capacity.

The quarterbacks, in rep order of Sean Maguire, J.J. Cosentino, and Deondre Francois, worked with the running backs, Dalvin Cook,Jacques Patrick, and Vickers, in order, on handoffs as well as screen passes both out of the backfield and lined up out wide. This was followed by the QBs working with the tight ends (Ryan Izzo, followed by Mavin Saunders and Jeremy Kerr) on their route running and catching.

The first-team offensive line, from left to right, was Roderick Johnson, Kareem Are, Alec Eberle, Wilson Bell, and Brock Ruble. The second-team unit was composed of Ethan Frith, Joshua Peters, Corey Martinez, Willie Smith, and Keith Weeks.


Linebackers Reggie Northrup and Ro'Derrick Hoskins were full participants in practice but were sporting knee braces.

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Jimbo Fisher will address the media after practice around noon and Tuesday's practice will be the final practice before the Peach Bowl that will be open to the media.