One of the biggest concerns going into any camp is player health. We’ve seen how injuries can impact games or even seasons.
Mike Norvell and the staff did an excellent job understanding certain players didn’t need to be subjected to certain things because of their track record and experience in games.
It’s not to say those guys didn’t work hard, but it also allowed some younger guys to get valuable practice reps to help build depth.
Whether we call it “load management,” or common sense, it sounds like FSU made it through fall camp without any significant injuries that will impact the season opener.
I’m not saying this is the case, but even if a guy is at 90-95 percent, that’s enough to play and probably sit out the next two games against lesser opponents if needed before playing again against Clemson.
I’ll be anxiously awaiting the depth chart early next week, but it should be all systems go a week from now.