September 7, 1999 - by

Football Continues To Work For Georgia Tech

Sept. 7, 1999

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Top-ranked Florida State continued
preparations for its game against No. 10 Georgia Tech this Saturday with
a 20-period workout in full pads on Tuesday afternoon at Ed Williamson
Practice Fields.

“I thought we had a good workout,” said Seminole head coach
Bobby Bowden. “Georgia Tech was very impressive in their opener and I
have a lot of respect for them. We need to be sharp on Saturday.”

Bad weather almost forced the Seminoles indoors on Tuesday. The
team stretched and worked out indoors for about 30 minutes before
heading outside.


“It was good to get outside today,” said Bowden. “You can’t do
as many things when you go indoors.”


Bowden announced that senior Dan Kendra will start at fullback
on Saturday in place of the injured William McCray.


“Dan will start and we have Chad Maeder behind him,” Bowden
said. “We will also work Jeff Chaney a little bit there.”


Freshman wide receiver Anquan Boldin suffered the only injury of
the day when he sprained his right ankle during agility drills inside.
He did not practice the rest of the day.


Kickoff for Saturday’s game is set for 8:00 p.m. and it will be
broadcast by ABC Sports.

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