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    Thursday, September 20, 2007

    Mickey Might Change, Cismesia Dead Solid Perfect, And Greenlee Is Hospitalized

    Will Mickey change his coaching style? Mickey Andrews coached from the booth during the Colorado game due to his doctors’ orders. Andrews, who still was not completely recovered from pneumonia, said he might remain in the booth but a decision has not been made. He does believe being away from the emotion on the sidelines and seeing things from above was beneficial.


    Through three games, Gary Cismesia has connected on all six of his field-goal attempts, with a long of 46 yards. He is one of four kickers in the country with a perfect percentage with at least that many attempts.

    LB Anthony Kelly, who was ruled academically ineligible after his spring semester, returned to practice in shorts Wednesday, but has not yet been officially cleared. He has, however, been reinstated to the team and hopes to play as early as the Oct. 6 match-up with N.C. State.

    The Orlando Sentinel is reporting that freshman offensive lineman Antwane Greenlee was taken off the the practice field on Wednesday by an ambulance, school spokesman Elliott Finebloom confirmed this evening.

    Greenlee,one of FSU's most promising young lineman,was injured during pass rushing drills. There is no word on his condition at this time. According to the Sentinel,FSU's sports information department released the following statement Thursday morning:

    FSU freshman offensive lineman Antwane Greenlee was admitted to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital last night with a cervical neck injury. It was not a fracture and he does have movement in his extremities. He will be kept in the hospital as doctors monitor his condition.

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