|Text on Button||SEMINOLES ON THE WARPATH FLORIDA STATE|
Illustration of a Native American wearing yellow pants with a red and white stripe across the middle and a red feather in his hair. He is wearing yellow moccasins on his feet and holding a tomahawk in his right hand and a lock of hair in his left hand. Red text and black text on white background.
|Curl Text||© 1973 SWIB INDUSTRIES 4813 KINGSTON LISLE ILLINOIS|
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Florida State University, and their mascot, a Seminole have a long-standing football program. "Seminoles on the Warpath" is an often used phrase for the team, and is even the name of the published history of the school from 1981. The school also has a Sod Cemetery that they use to bury pieces of sod from the schools they visit and win on away games, which each team visits before big games.