FSU Suspends Greg Reid, Telvin Smith For Really Big Charleston Southern Game

RALEIGH NC - OCTOBER 28: Greg Reid #5 of the Florida State Seminoles runs with the ball against the North Carolina State Wolfpack during their game at Carter-Finley Stadium on October 28 2010 in Raleigh North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Florida State players Greg Reid and Telvin Smith will miss a very important game due to some minor issue.

Former South Georgia high school teammates and current Florida St. Seminoles star defenders Greg Reid and Telvin Smith will be suspended for the team's game against Charleston Southern, our own Tomahawk Nation reports. The two were dinged for the always-popular violation of team rules.

That's this week's game against Charleston Southern, not next week's game against the No. 1 Oklahoma Sooners. Just so we're all clear.

Junior cornerback Reid has been named preseason All-American and All-ACC in his career, and was put on to the Thorpe Award watch list before this season began. Sophomore linebacker Smith backs up Vince Williams at the outside spot, but has made his contributions on special teams and figured to get loads of playing time against Charleston Southern.

Neither player will be missed against Charleston Southern, because Charleston Southern is Charleston Southern.

For more, visit FSU blog Tomahawk Nation.

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