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Former Seminoles react to FSU’s Sweet 16 win

All eyes are on Florida State in Los Angeles.

Florida State v Gonzaga Photo by Harry How/Getty Images

Why not us? That’s the mantra for this year’s basketball team and after last night’s win over Gonzaga the question is becoming more difficult to answer. FSU fans and former players were on cloud nine after last night’s win.

Jonathan Isaac was brought to tears:

Xavier Rathan-Mayes who committed to FSU in 2012 was happy to finally see one of his dreams come to fruition:

Dwayne Bacon was quick to remind everyone that they (the public) are still sleeping on FSU:

Derwin Kitchen, starting point guard of FSU’s last Sweet 16 team wasn’t going to miss this no matter what:

Dalvin Cook is all in on the ’Noles on beating Michigan, he knows a little something about that:

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FSU will once again be an underdog this Saturday when they tip-off against Michigan this Saturday at 8:40pm and it’s something they’re more than used to as they have actually beaten the highest seeds possible (8, 1, & 4) in its road to the elite eight. So when they ask if ninth-seeded FSU can beat third-seeded Michigan to get to the Final Four I guess you should only respond, ‘Why not us?’