Florida State football wrapped up its penultimate week of spring practice on Thursday, taking Bobby Bowden Field inside Doak Campbell Stadium instead of the usual location of the Albert J. Dunlap Athletic Training Facility.
It was another day that featured back-and-forth, competitive sessions between the offense and defense with the bulk of it centered around situational goal-line work, continuing a theme of what offensive lineman Jeremiah Byers deemed “iron sharpening iron.”
“On the other side of the ball, there’s a lot of talent in that d-line room,” he said, naming several players including Pat Payton and Fabian Lovett. “We’re trying to see the best d-line in the ACC, we’re trying to be the best o-line in the ACC.”
“We’re not settling this year,” safety Shyheim Brown said. “We’ve been putting in work to show it, that’s what this spring has been about.”
You can hear both Brown and Byers’ full interviews below:
Offensive lineman Jeremiah Byers
Safety Shyheim Brown
Video via The Osceola
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