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1999 FSU Florida State Seminoles "ACC Champions" 10K Gold Ring!
1999 FSU Florida State Seminoles "ACC Champions" 10K Gold Ring!

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This beautiful, 1999 Florida St. Seminoles "ACC Champions" 10K Gold Ring belonged to player, Tay Cody and is approximately a size 8.5, weighs 43.8 grams and is in very good used condition, with a few minor dings and scratches. It is manufactured by Herff Jones and has all the proper markings. Please text or call Scott with any questions (949)246-0826


The 1999 Florida State Seminoles football team represented Florida State University during the college football season of 1999. coached by Bobby Bowden, they Won the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Championship and the 2000 Sugar Bowl BCS National Championship game. The team entered the season with high expectations after losing to Tennessee in the inaugural BCS Championship game. FSU entered the 1999 pre-season ranked No. 1 in all national pre-season polls, picked unanimously to win the ACC and expected to contend for a national championship. The Seminoles finished 11-2 in 1998, extending their NCAA record to 13 straight seasons with at least 10 victories and ranked among the nation's top four teams.

The Seminoles finished the 1999 season with a perfect 12-0 record and was the first in NCAA history to go "wire-to-wire" being ranked continuously as the nation's No. 1 team from the preseason through the bowl season. This marked the 13th consecutive season that the Seminoles will have finished in the Top 5 rankings of both the AP and coaches poll. The 2000 Sugar Bowl BCS National Championship game also marks the 17th consecutive season the Bowden lead Seminoles played in a bowl game.

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