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Florida State S Nate Andrews Needs Season-Ending Surgery For Torn Pec

Florida State safety Nate Andrews left Saturday's win over Miami after injuring his right shoulder area.

FSU head coach Jimbo Fisher provided a Nate Andrews injury update this evening, and it isn't good news. Andrews, a senior safety, needs surgery to repair a torn pectoral muscle and will miss the rest of the season.

Fisher added that Andrews could possibly get a medical redshirt.

Andrews had only played in four of Florida State's first six games, recording 18 tackles and an interception.

In order to be granted a medical redshirt, Andrews would have to meet the following guidelines: suffer a season-ending injury, have it occur during the first half of the season and have played in no more than 30 percent of the season or four games, whichever is greater.