Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Florida State Practice Report

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Florida State Practice Report

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CHANEY SET TO START

Starting TB Travis Minor is nursing a left ankle sprain and

backup Dee Feaster is slowed by a mild knee sprain, which means

third-team TB Jeff Chaney could be on the verge of making his

first start Saturday at Maryland.

Chaney, who has rushed for 177 yards and a team-leading three

TDs in FSU's last two games, said the potential start won't

change the way he prepares.

"Why would you change now?" Chaney said. "Whether you're 2 or

3, you've got to play like a 1."

Neither Minor nor Feaster practiced yesterday and their status

for Saturday remains uncertain.

PREPPING FOR THE OPTION

The last time FSU visited Maryland, the Terrapins were a

run-and-shoot offense. Saturday's game will mark the first time

the Seminoles face an option attack this season, though they had

prepared for some option plays from Texas A&M and N.C. State.

The 'Noles are also preparing for a two-platoon quarterback

situation, much as they did for Florida and Ohio State last

season. …

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