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FSU football to honor Seminole greats Peter Warrick and Odell Haggins

Well-deserved accolades for two ’Nole legends.

Peter Warrick #9

One was as elusive player as college football has seen— the other was often way too visible to opposing offenses. But both will be on display this season for Florida State football.

FSU announced on Friday that receiver Peter Warrick will have his No. 9 jersey retired by the Seminoles, while former defensive lineman and current DL coach Odell Haggins will be inducted into the FSU Athletics Hall of Fame as a student-athlete.

As is custom, Warrick’s 9 will remain active for other players to wear, as the gesture is a ceremonial one and Florida State needs to keep numbers in circulation. Warrick terrorized defenses for the garnet and gold as a two-time consensus All-American in 1998 and 1999, leading the charge to the Seminole’s second national title, in ‘99. He remains the FSU leader in touchdown receptions (32).

Haggins, a nose guard, was a force up front and garnered All-American nods in 1987, 1988, and 1989. Each player’s reaction to the news, which was announced at FSU’s practice today, is included below.