FSU football will add the eighth person associated with the program to the list of those who can call themselves among the best to play the sport.
As the college football world was focused on who would win the national championship this past Monday out in California, the FSU football family was celebrating one of the few bits of good news that the Seminoles have had since their 5-7 season this year: the news that another Noles great will be inducted into the sport’s Hall of Fame.
The latest former Seminole that will be enshrined is former defensive back Terrell Buckley – a man who dominated the secondary of college football during his time with FSU football and brought home the Jim Thorpe Award as the top defensive back in the game during the 1991 season and was one of the reasons why the Seminoles are the real DBU.
Buckley will become the eighth person who wore the garnet and gold as either a player or coach to have the honor of being inducted – but how would you rank the previous seven who are now permanently a part of the group that is honored in Atlanta. Here’s how we rank the magnificent seven already inside before T-Buck becomes No. 8.