Thursday's practice began with six periods of fundamental work on the FSU practice fields before the squad moved into the stadium. Once inside the stadium, the team practiced fundamentals for three more periods before beginning the half-scrimmage.
"We wanted to scrimmage yesterday but we couldn't because of the weather so we got it in today," said head coach Bobby Bowden. "There were no severe injuries but we had a couple of injured guys got back out there today. Like anything there was good and bad but I thought there was more good than bad. There was some good hitting and some pretty good catching and some pretty good throwing."
Sexton completed the two longest passes of the day for touchdowns. He completed a 59-yard scoring pass to sophomore Craphonso Thorpe and a 25-yard strike to sophomore P.K. Sam. Sexton completed his first three attempts and his final two on the afternoon. In addition to his scoring strikes to Thorpe and Sam, he also completed a pass of 22 yards to Sam.
Rix completed three of his final six passes including a 42-yard strike and a 22-yard touchdown pass to Dominic Robinson. Robinson was the leading receiver with three catches for 78 yards and one touchdown. He caught passes of 14, 22 and 42 yards. Sam caught three passes for 49 yards and Thorpe caught one pass for 59 yards.
Junior cornerback Bryant McFadden recorded the only interception of the afternoon. Junior defensive end Charles Howard had two sacks while freshman junior defensive end Chauncey Davis and senior defensive end Kevin Emanuel had one sack each.
Florida State will practice for approximately one hour Friday as the coaching staff hosts its annul high school coaches' clinic. The team will practice drills in shorts and host the attending coaches at a dinner and a clinic after the Seminoles' practice session.
Passing: Wyatt Sexton (6-10, 121 yards, two touchdowns), Chris Rix (3-8, 68 yards, one touchdown, 1 interception).
Receiving: Dominic Robinson (3-78 yards), Craphonso Thorpe (1-59 yards), (P.K. Sam (3-49 yards), Leon Washington (1-4 yards).