November 18, 1999 - by
Football Heads For Gainesville

Nov. 18, 1999

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The top-ranked Florida State Seminoles (10-0)
finished up their practice week today with a two hour practice in Doak
Campbell Stadium. The team will head to Gainesville, Fla., tomorrow to
face the third-ranked Florida Gators (9-1). The team practiced for the
second straight day with simulated crowd noise blaring through the public
address system.

“We had it as loud as we have ever had it both yesterday and
today,” said head coach Bobby Bowden. “I’m very pleased with the way they
handled it.”

Florida State’s offense continued to prepare to face a Gator
defense which ranks 13th in the country in points allowed per game. The
Seminole offense is fifth in the nation in scoring and is coming off a
49-10 win against Maryland.

Highlights from today’s practice included a 25-yard touchdown
reception from Chris Weinke to Peter Warrick and a long ground gain by
fullback Dan Kendra against the scout team defense. Defensively,
linebacker Brian Allen had two pass break ups and safety Sean Key knocked
down one that saved a touchdown.

Injury Report: OL Montrae Holland (ankle) is out.

The Seminoles have won 16 of their last 17 regular season games
against ranked opponents. Saturday at 3:30 p.m. in Ben Hill Griffin
Stadium the top-ranked Seminoles will face the third-ranked Gators. The
game will be televised on CBS.

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