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2015 Spring Practice Recap

In this episode of The Renegade Report, Herc. & Nolebra Kai recap FSU’s 2015 spring practice.

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Now that spring practice has concluded, we take a position-by-position look at the team and discuss our confidence level for each segment going into the season.

While injuries limited participation for several key players this spring, most of those players will be full participants in summer workouts and fall camp.

Despite his poor performance in the spring game, Jimbo Fisher says he’s still confident in Sean Maguire. We discuss whether or not we believe him.

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2014 Spring Practice – Week 2 Recap

In this episode of The Renegade Report, Herc & Nolebra Kai recap week 2 of spring practice.

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As expected, Jimbo Fisher wasn’t pleased with the first scrimmage of the spring. He cited physicality and consistency as the biggest areas that needed to improve.

One segment that better get more consistent are the wide receivers. With the departure of Kelvin Benjamin and Kenny Shaw, there’s an opportunity for players to earn Jimbo’s trust and work their way into the rotation. If they don’t take advantage of it, there’s a talented group of freshmen coming in who’ll gladly take those reps.

Injuries are beginning to mount for the team with the addition of Ryan Green and Reggie Northrup to a growing list of Seminoles who have missed practices this spring. Fortunately, none of these injuries are considered serious and everyone should be healthy by the summer.

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Noles Defense Makes A Statement In Shut Out Victory

In this episode of The Renegade Report, Herc & Nolebra Kai recap the Noles 63-0 victory over Maryland

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A week after allowing Boston College to rush for 200 yards, FSU’s defense bounced back with a dominant performance against the Terrapins.  Jeremy Pruitt’s unit held Maryland to 234 total yards.  The Noles’ physicality, pursuit, speed and athleticism simply overwhelmed the Terps.

Offensively, Jameis Winston continues to amaze.  Facing what many called the best defense he’s faced this year, he finished 23-32, 393 yards, 5 TD’s, 0 Ints.  Kelvin Benjamin and Nick O’Leary each caught 2 touchdowns.

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