Friday, July 11, 2008

FLORIDA STATE OFFENSE SUFFERS ANOTHER SETBACK

Offensive coordinators now studying “negative numbers” after a blood clot has sidelined starting left guard Evan Bellamy.

Bellamy will miss the entire season because of a blood clot in his leg and is expected to miss six months of football. In all likelihood, he’ll live, so what’s all the fuss about?

Bellamy played in all 10 games last season, including the first start of his career in the Music City Bowl, and he wasn't called for one penalty. His backup on the spring depth chart is Jacob Stanley, who doesn't have any game experience.

Long time coach Bobby Bowden does not know either player's name.

Bellamy will definitely be missed, as two backup offensive linemen will also be missing for the first three games because of the suspensions handed down after FSU's widely publicized academic scandal last season.

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