Story by: James Buechele
What a sight at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital today. A couple of Seminoles brought the Coaches' Trophy in for kids to see.
Karlos Williams and Jalen Ramsey stopped by the children's wing of the hospital to sign autographs and say hello. The players had a chance to bring some cheer to the kids just days after finishing the season.
The two say it's been a busy week since winning the national championship but are glad to give back to the community.
"Being able to sign some stuff and watching them look at the trophy it's a great feeling," said Williams. "You don't get the chance to give back too often so you have to take advantage of times like this."
"Just seein' them smile just seein' them with the trophy right where it should be back in Tallahassee, I mean it feels good just to make somebody else's day," said Ramsey.
Hospital staff and other patients also were able to get pictures with the trophy too.
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