Thursday, November 27, 2008


According to ESPN, Two Florida State freshman wide receivers were arrested Wednesday on misdemeanor battery charges stemming from a fight in the student union two weeks ago.

Bert Reed (#83) and Cameron Wade, both 20, turned themselves in at the Leon County Jail and were released after posting bond, university officials said. Both were at football practice later in the day.

They were suspended for Florida State's Nov. 15 game against Boston College, a 27-17 loss, along with three other players, also receivers, who participated in the Nov. 12 fight with members of a fraternity.

Coach Bobby Bowden said he expected no more suspensions for the 20th-ranked Seminoles' regular-season finale Saturday. Florida State hosts intrastate rival and No. 4 Florida.

WHAT HE SAID: "They're going to be available," Bowden said. "They've been disciplined."

WHAT HE MEANT: "Florida is monster good, we need all the help we can get."
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