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Video and photos from Florida State football practice

Four minute of FSU practice video

Florida State Sports Information

Florida State Seminoles football had a physical practice to wrap up fall camp on Saturday, culminating in defensive end. Joshua Kaindoh smashing a rock signed by his teammates and coaches in a ceremony symbolic of the progress made throughout camp, with the honor going to Kaindoh due to what head coach Mike Norvell said was a consistent display of the mindset and approach that’ll go a long way in building the culture that FSU is attempting to build.

“Kids get caught up with the end in mind,” Norvell said Saturday, “And really, we want to focus on today, the stage that we’re in, whether it’s Tour of Duty, whether it’s spring practice, summer conditioning, now fall camp and every game of the season.”

“When you accomplish that....when you get to smash that rock, it’s kind of just a physical stamp of a job well done and now we get to move to the next step.”

“This year Joshua Kaindoh was the guy that broke the rock.”

Here’s (four minutes!) of video and photo from that practice (and possibly others, as it appears Keyshawn Helton is in a non-contact jersey in one of the clips, though it’s been confirmed that he’s out of it.)

All videos and photos are courtesy of Florida State Sports Information.