Posted March 31, 2012 on floridastate.scout.com
Despite his grandfather, golf legend Jack Nicklaus, saying Jimbo Fisher didn't got him the ball enough last season, Nick O'Leary is confident he can catch plenty of passes in Florida State's offense.
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