Fisher Talks About FSU's First Spring Scrimmage

Tallahassee, FL---Following his team's first full scrimmage this spring, Jimbo Fisher had a bit of a ho-hum kind of demeanor.

As he put it quote "I'm not unhappy at all. We've made a lot of progress. We made some really great plays. We need to be more consistent. I kind of imagined that right now. We had some nice plays in the game."

Fisher says all four quarterbacks got some action, adding none of them really stood out, nobody did he says.

"There were some good and bad signs for both sides (of the ball),” Fisher said. “I think plays were made on each side because the other side didn’t execute. That’s kind of typical for this time in the spring. We did some good things. All of the quarterbacks rotated in evenly. Each had their chances with the 1’s and 2’s in different situations. Guys did some nice things, but we have a long way to go.”

FSU rotated its first, second and third team offenses and defenses for the first half of the scrimmage, before spending the second half working on third down, red zone, goal line, two-minute and other situations.

FSU will take Tuesday off and is back to practice field Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.

The next scrimmage, which will also be closed to the media, is slated for Monday.

FSU will wrap up spring with the Garnet and Gold game set for April 13th.


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