Florida State players were playing hangman on the bench in Syracuse rout (Photo)

Nov 16, 2013; Tallahassee, FL, USA; Florida State Seminoles running back James Wilder Jr. (32) celebrates after a touchdown run with quarterback Jameis Winston (5) and defensive tackle Jacobbi McDaniel (55) during the first half of the game against the Syracuse Orange at Doak Campbell Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

2013 has been quite the easy year for the Florida State Seminoles football team. Or so it would seem to us fans. They’ve blown out every single opponent put in front of them in dominating fashion en route to a number-two ranking in the BCS and a potential shot and their first national title since 1999.

Because of the huge margin of victories, and to avoid injury with bigger things on the horizon, the majority of Seminoles starters have barely played in the second half of games this season. They may get a little time in the third quarter, but that’s about it.

That has to be boring for athletes who are used to constantly doing something.

So, how do you cope with the boredom? Well, for Florida State it seems that they like to play a nice game of hangman to pass the time while their understudies are getting some work in:

Topics: College Football, Florida State Seminoles

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