Seminoles defensive end has house destroyed by Hurricane Michael

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By: Kevin Keane | WCTV Eyewitness Sports
October 15, 2018

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- The Florida State football schedule wasn't impacted last week due to Hurricane Michael as they were on their previously-scheduled bye week, but one Seminole was severely impacted by the storm.

Defensive end Janarius Robinson's mother's house in Panama City was completely destroyed. Robinson is now in his hometown helping his family rebuild.

On Monday, FSU head coach Willie Taggart said if Robinson needs anything, his 'Noles family is there for him.

"JRob and his family lost their home, so you can only imagine how he's doing and how he's feeling," Taggart said. "He's with his family and supporting them the best way he can. We told him we're here for him and whatever we can do to help, we will."

Despite all Robinson and his family have been through this past week, Taggart said he expects Robinson to be back to practice later this week and expects him to play on Saturday against Wake Forest.



 
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