TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) While Dalvin Cook didn’t make the trip to New York earlier this month as a Heisman Trophy finalist, the Florida State running back gets to take a trip the he never tires of this weekend.
The 10th-ranked Seminoles (9-3) will arrive in Fort Lauderdale on Saturday to continue preparations for their Dec. 30 Orange Bowl meeting with No. 6 Michigan (10-2). For the junior running back from Miami, who is the eighth Associated Press All-America selection under Jimbo Fisher, it is another chance to return home to South Florida and play in front of friends and family at Hard Rock Stadium.
Cook though hasn’t said if it will also mark his final collegiate game, even though it is expected that he will enter the NFL draft the week following the game.
”To finish our season off in a big bowl game in that stadium, it definitely means a lot,” Cook said.
This will be Cook’s third FSU appearance at the stadium in Miami Gardens. He has always liked playing there, but thinks the recent renovations have made it better.
”You get the crowd a little more involved with it,” he said. ”A little noise gets out, but it’s so closed in (due to the roof covering the stands) you hear everything. We’re practicing for it.”
Article source: http://www.foxsports.com/college-football/story/florida-state-rb-dalvin-cook-gears-up-for-michigan-defense-122316
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