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Florida State Coach Takes A Little Shot At Michigan After The NFL Draft

Florida State tight ends coach Tim Brewster took a random shot at Michigan after the NFL Draft finished up.

Last year's Orange Bowl contest between Florida State and Michigan was a memorable one, with the Seminoles edging out the Wolverines 33-32 after a last-minute touchdown pass from Deondre Francois to Nyqwan Murray. Saturday, one of FSU's coaches found a strange way to bring up the result.

Following the conclusion of the NFL Draft, FSU tight ends coach Tim Brewster took to Twitter to troll the Wolverines, who made history by seeing 11 of their players drafted. Brewster insinuated that draft picks don't lead to wins.

Florida State, for the record, had four of its former players drafted.

We're not sure we agree with Brewster here - especially considering the Seminoles and Wolverines played a pretty even game back in December. And at the end of the day, isn't the goal to put your players in the best possible position moving forward? Weird, to say the least.