STATEMENT FROM FSU JUNIOR QB WYATT SEXTON

Sexton will no longer participate with the Florida State football team.
January 14, 2006

Sexton Returns to Practice

Although it was for only a brief time, redshirt junior quarterback Wyatt Sexton returned to the Florida State practice fields Wednesday, for the first time since last spring.
November 2, 2005

Another Game?

Florida State-Florida is always a big deal to coaches, players and fans. Although Saturday's season-ending game with the Gators has less at stake than any game in the series for nearly 20 years, nobody expects it to be any less intense. FSU needs the win to remain in the Top 10, while UF would love nothing more than to give departing coach <b>Ron Zook</b> a nice sendoff he doesn't coach the team in a bowl game.
November 17, 2004

Just Enough

<b>Lorenzo Booker </b> and <b>James Coleman </b> each ran for third-quarter touchdowns, helping No. 11 Florida State rally past North Carolina State 17-10 Thursday night in a game that featured 22 punts, four turnovers and less than 250 yards of combined offense. Quarterback <b>Wyatt Sexton</b> completed only five passes and was sacked five times, but it was enough to help rally the Seminoles.
November 11, 2004

Road Blues

Florida State is preparing for North Carolina State knowing it could be a low-scoring game. That might not bode well for the Seminoles, who have struggled with their starts on the road this season. However, quarterback <b>Wyatt Sexton </b> believes FSU is capable of shaking its road doldrums against the Wolfpack. The Seminoles need this victory to keep pace in an Atlantic Coast Conference race that has suddenly turned interesting.
November 9, 2004

Wyatt's Back

<b>Wyatt Sexton</b> bailed out <b>Chris Rix</b> in the second half and completed 11 of 15 passes for 220 yards while leading three long scoring drives as the No. 13 Seminoles scored 20 unanswered points to beat Duke 29-7 on Saturday at Doak Campbell Stadium. FSU has a short weeek, returning to practice tonight in preparation for Thursday's ESPN game at North Carolina State. Georgia Tech upended the Wolfpack on Saturday.
November 7, 2004