East German Judge

December 19th, 2016 at 7:19 PM ^

Sincere....from the same coach that let jameis be jameis, well he might be in my jim tressel sincere and honest hof:

 "Because of the character assassination that he's lived through in the media, and the (misinformation) and half-truths that have been printed. What amazes me about this whole process is the unprofessionalism of a lot of major newspapers, and a lot of major outlets that did not report the whole truth of the situation and only slanted it for their own opinion." - Jimbo "sincere" Fisher

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umbig11

December 19th, 2016 at 7:43 PM ^

But I laughed anyway. Yes.

"(It's) a common misconception that's been around for years," NCAA spokesman Christopher Radford said. "There is no specific limit on the number of practices a team may hold while preparing for a bowl game, but standard NCAA rules apply for participation in practice or other athletically related activities. Same as the regular season, these rules limit practice and other athletic activities to a maximum of four hours per day and 20 hours per week."

funkywolve

December 19th, 2016 at 8:15 PM ^

Can't remember it was the BCS title game or college football playoffs but one team's school had already started classes and the other hadn't, which meant one team had no restrictions on the amount of time they could practice while the other had the 20 hrs per week restriction.

funkywolve

December 19th, 2016 at 8:16 PM ^

Can't remember it was the BCS title game or college football playoffs but one team's school had already started classes and the other hadn't, which meant one team had no restrictions on the amount of time they could practice while the other had the 20 hrs per week restriction.

Ziff72

December 19th, 2016 at 6:44 PM ^

They started last Monday but Harbaugh appreciates your concern in case he forgot.

Remember when he told his team he was staying after "practice"

LSAClassOf2000

December 19th, 2016 at 6:49 PM ^

There was a story out today about how they've tried to make bowl practices much more about the younger players on the team than the outgoing players, which is cool and gives them some nice experience and momentum going into the offseason and then so on into next season.

It sounds like they are making these practices an early audition of sorts for next season, which makes me think they like what they have.

umbig11

December 19th, 2016 at 7:07 PM ^

The first week was dedicated to conditioning and the younger players in position groups. The analysts have evaluated FSU and provided feedback to the coaches. This week the younger players are getting a lot of reps. Bowl prep will start later this week and the team will finish bowl preps at a local Florida college on Dec 26th.

The first 5-10 practices are geared toward the younger players. The second week of practice resembles the bye week.