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Levonta Taylor doesn’t want to disappoint former players that built current bowl streak

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FSU’s bowl chances live on for at least another week.

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With the victory on Saturday, Florida State moves to 3-5 on the season and its bowl chances are still alive. Defensive back Levonta Taylor talked about the pressure of keeping the historic, 35 year streak alive, not just for the current players but for the alumni as well.

“Yeah, there’s pressure with that. There’s pressure playing at Florida State. You don’t want to disappoint anybody in the program or the alumni who played before us that built the standard. Just coming in here, we don’t want to be the team, the class that breaks that. We just have to keep going on and play Florida State football.”

Taylor was obviously elated with the result from Saturday’s performance.

“Of course. Last week we got embarrassed. This week we came in hungrier because we practiced and worked so hard. For this to happen, we’re very happy.”

To watch the full interview, look below or click this link:

Levonta Taylor on Florida State Seminoles Football’s defense growing in late-game situations, trying to keep the program’s bowl streak alive.

Posted by TomahawkNation.com on Saturday, November 4, 2017