Found November 29, 2012 on
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A moment captured in time where Florida State Seminole Bjoern Werner was milliseconds away from touching Jeff Driskel. Florida Gator quarterback had a tough third quarter against the FSU defense but bounced back in the 4th quarter where UF cranked out 24 points to win the game. Maybe Werner just wanted to give Driskel a nice hug.
That’s just good sportsmanship.
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