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Florida State TE Nick O’Leary, who just so happens to be Jack Nicklaus’ grandson, was involved in a motorcycle accident back in May. Luckily for O’Leary he walked away from the crash relatively uninjured, which now seems totally amazing once you see the incredible footage of the accident that was recently released, because it almost defies belief… From Tomahawk Nation… O’Leary’s motorcycle collided with the front of the Lexus and shattered before crashing into the windshield of a Star Metro Bus, which was stopped at an authorized bus stop. O’Leary was ejected and narrowly missed crashing into the bus. He slid approximately 75-100 feet parallel to the bus, and miraculously, can be seen standing up and walking away immediately after. According to the accident report, O’Leary was transported to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital and treated for non-life threatening injuries. The driver of the Lexus was cited with the causation of the crash. Best of luck to any and all defenders in the ACC...
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Florida State Seminoles tight end Nick O’Leary (who is also the grandson of legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus) survived this terrifying motorcycle crash in May, and the video has hit the Internet. Tomahawk Nation gives the details: O’Leary’s motorcycle collided with the front of the Lexus and shattered before crashing into the windshield of a Star Metro Bus, which was stopped...
Florida State reserve tight end Christo Kourtzidis has decided to transfer and will sit out the 2013 season.
Kourtzidis had shoulder surgery in April but was expected to play this fall for the Seminoles. But Kourtzidis has decided to transfer, although he has not chosen a school.
He played in eight games last season and had one catch as a freshman.
Kourtzidis' transfer leaves...
Nick O'Leary was very fortunate to walk away from a May motorcycle accident in Tallahassee -- and to walk away with no major injuries.
The Florida State tight end was traveling on Mission Road, near campus, when a Lexus pulled out in front of him and caused a collision that sent O'Leary sliding about 75-100 feet, according to a report obtained by tomahawknation.com.
It must be great being the grandson of golfing legend Jack Nicklaus. And it must be an interesting knowing that you've had your walk away from death card stamped.
Such is the life of Florida State tight end Nick O'Leary. O'Leary walked away from the crazy accident you can see in the video below.
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