A mystery FSU fan at Saturday afternoon’s Miami football game was identified by TV viewers at home.
The young woman in question wasn’t doing anything out of the ordinary, but folks absolutely loved her choice of outfit to the big showdown.
With No. 4 ranked Florida State fighting for its College Football Playoff future against the Hurricanes, she and not the on-the-field product ultimately stole the show.
Reactions to her choice of attire largely spoke for themselves:
Suddenly we’re all big FSU fans pic.twitter.com/qEOz41KjLO
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) November 11, 2023
Pray for buddy in orange pic.twitter.com/sbiyRTTeP1
— RGF (@rgfray1) November 11, 2023
He knows why pic.twitter.com/cXtHgIFtye
— SweatyRussian (@sweatyrussian) November 11, 2023
I support the cause
— Frank Hines (@franklyunaware) November 11, 2023
— American Dad (@_NotAmericanDad) November 11, 2023
— WTF would I use my real name (@Whynotbeme2021) November 11, 2023
Thanks for the mammories
— Jason 𝕏 (@Rocketman455) November 11, 2023
I’m just sad when FSU chicks made up 1/4th of Maxim’s hottest chicks. Sigh to 20 years ago…
— Marshall Frith (@marshallfrith) November 11, 2023
Yikes they’ve fallen off a long way since the 2005 Cowgirls days pic.twitter.com/xcmJLyzdE5
— Lawrence (@ShootahMcGavin9) November 11, 2023
In a kooky week of football that saw Arch Manning’s transfer options dwindle to three schools, Josh McDaniels get outed for trading one of his stars because his wife was attracted to him, and Jim Harbaugh’s daughter’s racy photos go viral, this FSU fan somehow stole the show.
Olivia Dunne Records Provocative Video Of Herself In Bed: https://t.co/C6QkfjwZh2
— Game 7 (@game7__) November 11, 2023
In the end, Mike Norvell and Florida State ultimately found a way to beat Miami in a nail-biter on Saturday.
The game was probably closer than it should have been – but a win is a win.
Was this mystery FSU fan ultimately the lucky charm that put the Seminoles over the top this weekend? It sure seems that way.
A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.