FSU and Peter Warrick have
high expectations for 1999.
Peter Warrick to Return for Senior Season
Winning a National Championship is one goal he has in mind.
January 8, 1999
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida State receiver Peter Warrick has decided
to remain in school for his senior season.
“I decided that I would stay,” said Warrick. “I’ve got a lot of
my life. I came back to how I feel in my heart. I felt money is not an
issue. Money’s going to come and money’s going to go.”
“I talked about it with my family and friends, but I’ve had to be a man
and make the decision for myself. I asked God to lead me the right way.
It’s got me nervous, but God’s got a plan for me.”
Warrick garnered Associated Press All-America honors after catching 61
passes for 1,232 yards and 12 touchdowns. He was also a Biletnikoff Award
finalist, Walter Camp All-American and first team All-ACC selection.
“Winning a National Championship has always been a goal for me.
When I was in high school, I wanted to win the state championship and when
I went to college, I made it a goal to win the National Championship. When
to the NFL, I’ll want to win a Super Bowl. Now, if I come back I can
accomplish my goal.”
“(Chris) Weinke (coming back) played a big factor in my decision making.
It’s not all about me. It’s a team effort. I care about these guys.”
“I’m happy in my heart right now.”