TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -Florida State defensive end Markus White returned to practice Friday, a day after suffering a seizure and missing practice.
FSU officials said White takes medication to control an undisclosed medical condition and that Thursday was not the first time he had a seizure.
The junior college transfer White had a school-record 24 1/2 sacks last season at Butler Community College in Kansas to earn national junior college defensive player of the year.
``He looked a little rusty. He had been off a day,'' FSU defensive ends coach Jody Allen said Friday. ``He wasn't back to where he was when he left, but that's understandable after going through a day of that. He went through the whole practice. I think he's going to be fine.''

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