The Florida State Seminoles have returned to practice after a five-day layoff due to Hurricane Irma. Coach Jimbo Fisher said on the ACC coaches call that his team practiced Tuesday and would continue to practice through Friday. The Seminoles had their game against Louisiana-Monroe canceled last week. Their game against rival Miami, originally set for this weekend, has been rescheduled for Oct. 7. Fisher said all players and their families were safe in the wake of the massive hurricane that enveloped the entire state. Tallahassee had widespread power outages, and the university has canceled classes for the week. "I was glad to get back to practice," Fisher said. "It was good for the kids ... just to get back to the normality of things and get ready for a game. Unfortunately, we don't get to play this week. We'd love to play, but we understand that's where we're at as a state and you have to adhere to everything there and help everyone in-state as much as you can."
FSU 'glad to get back to practice' after Hurricane Irma layoff
ESPN | Sep 13