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Former Florida State offensive lineman Jauan Williams, who is planning to transfer, is facing misdemeanor battery charges that he struck his then-girlfriend two years ago, allegations he vehemently denies.
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- DL who criticized Leach meme transferring to FSU
- Dotson, nation's co-leader in INTs, chooses FSU
- FSU OL among Bosellis to recover from virus
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Mississippi State defensive lineman Fabien Lovett, who criticized Bulldogs coach Mike Leach's tweet that showed a meme of a woman knitting a noose for her husband during self-quarantine, announced on Monday that he is transferring to Florida State.
Meiko Dotson, who snagged nine interceptions last season, will be able to play for the Noles this season as a graduate transfer.
Florida State offensive lineman Andrew Boselli initially dismissed any danger the coronavirus posed to him. That changed last month when the virus swept through his family.
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