CHESNUT HILL, Mass. – After an emotionally-draining week, a Powerade bath on a 37-degree afternoon felt really good.
Odell Haggins had pulled it off again. He won’t take any credit. Not for a moment.
He didn’t have a big-play touchdown. He didn’t make a tackle. He did make coaching decisions and set the tone, starting on Sunday.
And then on Saturday, FSU walked – slowly – out of the locker room. As a group.
“Coach Odell. Unity,” tailback Cam Akers responded when asked why the Seminoles chose not . . .
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