Florida State football returned to practice on Tuesday afternoon after time away due to Hurricane Irma, according to a report from Warchant.com.
Florida State’s most recent practice came on Sept. 7 before the hurricane swept through Florida and many evacuated and the university was shut down. FSU is not scheduled to play a game until Sept. 23 when it hosts N.C. State.
The Seminoles’ game against Louisville-Monroe — originally set for Sept. 9 — was ultimately canceled, while its Sept. 16 game against Miami was moved to Oct. 7 due to weather concerns.
According to Warchant.com, the entire Florida State team remained in Tallahassee during the storm.