It was senior day at Doak Campbell Stadium, for the last time, the Seminoles going onto the field this season in front of the home fans. For the seniors, it was also the last time in their careers. They went out in style winning 24-16.
"They called me the big brother in the group...cause I'm the oldest and I've been here, I just sit back and play that role and help out when I can," says senior wide out De'Cody Fagg.
"He's ... important man, he did a good job at ... it up at the end of the season. He had all the struggling, but I gave him a sunflower seed and said eat this, he said, 'man. I don't want that' but he got it and after that he's been scoring every game, and I'm like I told you, it's the seed," says sophomore sensation Preston Parker.
While there's plenty emotion for the seniors, walking off the field for one last time, there's also plenty of talent that will return next year, on the defense side, you've got Everett Brown, Dekoda Watson, Myron Rolle,and Geno Hayes and for that offense, Preston Parker sure looked good.
"Man, next year, I didn't want to look forward to next year, but like I said, it's kinda sad to see the seniors leaving....but we got a lot of upside to our next couple years," says sophomore linebacker Marcus Ball.
And now with some days left in the season, there will be plenty of build up for this weekend's contest. Florida Gators and the Florida State Seminoles.