FSU Carradine Tears ACL; Out for Season

Tallahassee, FL -- FSU senior defensive end Cornelius "Tank" Carradine tore his ACL int he fourth quarter against Florida. Head coach Jimbo Fisher made the announcement Sunday during a teleconference leading up to the ACC Championship game against Georgia Tech.
Fisher said the injury happened on a non contact play. He tore it making a cut. Carradine leads the Seminoles with 80 tackles and is second on the team with 11 sacks, two behind Junior DE Bjoern Werner.
Fisher went on to add that he expects Carradine to be ready for the NFL next season, should he be drafted in April's draft.