Former Florida St player receives SEC champ ring Print
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Thursday, 11 July 2013 11:09
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 All those Florida State fans who have wished the Seminoles played in the Southeastern Conference will love this championship ring.
Former Florida State offensive lineman Menelik Watson posted a picture of the championship ring he earned by being a part of last season's Atlantic Coast Conference title winners.
Problem is it has SEC Champions engraved on the side.
Watson tweeted on (at)MenelikWatson71: ``Apparently I'm the only player in (hash)Fsu history to win an SEC Championship! (hash)Legendary (http://bit.ly/1bpM5ZQ ).
A Florida State spokesman tells ESPN.com that no other former players have reported a similar mistake with their rings and current players have yet to receive their ACC championship rings.
 

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