Red Lightning isn't the only member of Florida State's personnel who was sprinting down the sidelines on Monday night.
Coach Jimbo Fisher said Tuesday that he pulled a hamstring running down the sideline on Florida State's final drive following Rashad Greene's 49-yard catch that got the Seminoles down to the Auburn 23-yard-line on FSU's game-winning drive.
Jimbo: "I did pull a hamstring. It wasn't on Kermit. It was on Rashad Greene when he got horse-collared…badly."
— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) January 7, 2014
When Greene was tackled, he was taken down by what should have been flagged for a horse-collar tackle. That would have moved the football from the 23 to the 12, though it certainly worked out for the Seminoles. Jameis Winston hit Kelvin Benjamin for the winning score with 13 seconds left, which wasn't enough time for Auburn to score to either win the game or force the game to overtime.
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