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Fiesta Bowl Seminole Fans

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AUDIO SOUNDBITE: Seminole Fans Let ‘Em have It!

Florida State’s appearance in the Fiesta Bowl has brought together friends and family from around the nation to support the Seminoles in their bid for a national championship.

Even conference rivalries are taking a back seat in Tempe. FSU sophomore defensive end Jamal Reynolds can look up into the stands Monday night and count on the support of his family – including his brother Diron, who played at Wake Forest from 1990-93 and is currently a graduate assistant on Jim Caldwell’s staff, working with the Demon Deacons’ defensive line.

The Fiesta Bowl also gave FSU alumni Will Murphy, Glenn Brown and Donnie Woods an opportunity to reunite.

“We live in three spots around the country,” said Brown. “Will lives in Orlando, Donnie lives in South Carolina and I live south of Los Angeles.” FULL STORY…

Quoting the Fans

AUDIO SOUNDBITE: FSU fan and father of Seminole Jamal Reynolds Bill Reynolds tells the fans that couldn’t be here what they are missing.

AUDIO SOUNDBITE: Bill Reynolds on what it’s like in Tempe.

AUDIO SOUNDBITE: FSU fan Donnie Woods talks about what he thinks the keys to the game are.

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Fans Photo Gallery

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Bill Reynolds with family and friends.

‘Noles fans Glenn Brown, Donnie Woods and Will Murphy.

FSU fraternity brothers and alums.

FSU fans party on the streets of Tempe.

Fiesta Bowl lights in Tempe.

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