TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - The Florida State football team kicked off day six of fall camp on Tuesday morning, and Tuesday, not just a regular day of camp- as two-a-day practices started up.
While the two practices a day may be tough, it's a good time for the guys to get better, and nearly a week in to camp, head coach Jimbo Fisher is starting to notice the standouts.
He said Bobo Wilson is making big plays at receiver, but Fisher said it's not really a surprise that Wilson, and really, all the veteran guys, are turning it on.
"I keep saying it, when you're in your junior year, and you finally realize, practice isn't that, I mean, it's hard, but it isn't that hard," he said after session one. "Coach is yelling, but listen to what he's saying, it's not that bad, he's trying to make me better, and all of a sudden, it's maturity. They grow up and their ability starts to come out. It's not just being pushed by the young guys, it's just maturity."
Florida State opens up the season September 5th against Texas State.