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Warchant TV: Jimbo Fisher on Tuesday's practice
Execution was really good. Leverage and things were good on offense, good angles on blocks. I was very pleased with the offensive line, how they bounced back and responded with a very good day, on the team run and against the defense and different things. Defense had a good day, kicked off very well.
On punt return:
They're still the same guys back there-Rashad, Kenny Shaw and Tyler Hunter, we're wrapping it all up and doing different things, and creating situations for them. We'll just keep giving them reps.
On putting two returners back to receive punts:
I don't know that. I meant they were repping, not two at once, we were just getting reps for them.
On James Wilder:
Fine, (practiced). He banged (some guys) and knocked around, he's good.
On if Shawn Petty's film tells him much:
You see some athleticism and some qualities on what he's doing. But there's a lot of unknown in one film, you don't know what he really can or cant do as far as what they've asked him to do, but there are still probably some things he can do that we haven't seen.
On what winning a division title would mean:
I think it's a great accomplishment. It's one of our goals, it's one of the things we go to take the next step, to climb the program to where we want it to go-a chance for a conference championship. And that's the first objective you have to have and I think it's a huge step as far as where we're going and what we're doing and the consistency in which we're showing and learning to win and developing our program.
On Tank Carradine:
Really good. He has some mistakes here and there that some folks don't see, but he makes up for it with effort and just ability. He's doing a great job.
On his motor:
Oh yeah, his effort is ridiculous. He's got a motor. There's not many guys on our football team (that don't have a motor).
On if it's strange for a defensive end to be second in tackles:
Not necessarily, because you've got to think, we're getting these tackles and they're dominating so much, not as many balls down field. The way we're turning him loose…we're letting him be (free) a little bit, to take off and try to use that athleticism…I guess it's a little unusual, but the way we're using him, I kind of expected it in a way.
On Jameis Winston:
He's sick. He got the crud and the flu, temperature and sore throat and the whole gambit. Typical this time of year. It's kind of gone through our team. There's been a guy or two about every day here and there, it's just kind of passing through the team.
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