With two days until Florida State puts its seven-game win streak over Miami on the line, much of the speculation in Tallahassee surrounds which of the players who missed time against Wake Forest last week will be available against the Hurricanes.
Per Jimbo Fisher, the news is overwhelmingly positive.
Fisher told the media after Thursday’s practice that the three offensive linemen who suffered injuries last week, Derrick Kelly (leg), Landon Dickerson (ankle), and Cole Minshew, practiced all week and will start for FSU on Saturday.
Fisher also said that linebacker Ro’Derrick Hoskins, who was not dressed out last weekend against the Demon Deacons, has practiced and will play Saturday.
Wideout Auden Tate, who is dealing with a shoulder injury, practiced fully Tuesday and Wednesday while taking it easy Monday and Thursday, per Fisher, who says he is good to play this weekend once again.
The news was not all positive as another wide receiver, George Campbell, is questionable for Saturday after re-aggravating his core muscle injury originally suffered last season. Campbell took a step back against Wake, but has looked solid otherwise and is much needed depth in FSU’s depthless receiving corps.
George Campbell (core injury)
Ryan Green (illness)
Out for Season
QB Deondre Francois (knee)
OL Jauan Williams (shoulder)
OL Baveon Johnson (knee)
Florida State Seminoles Football head coach Jimbo Fisher talks for the last time before Saturday's matchup vs. Miami Hurricanes Football.Posted by TomahawkNation.com on Thursday, October 5, 2017