ESPN aired a 30 for 30 documentary about legendary wide receiver Randy Moss tonight called Rand University. The documentary focuses on some of the off-field issues that plagued Moss early in his career. While he played collegiately at Marshall, Moss originally attended Florida State, but was dismissed from the school in 1996.
Many Seminoles fans are probably really upset that one of the greatest wide receivers of all time never got the chance to play at FSU, including NBA star LeBron James. While the documentary was airing, James tweeted that he "would have loved" watching Moss terrorize defenses on Bobby Bowden's team.
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Moss had an outstanding career at Marshall, catching 174 balls for 3,529 yards and 54 touchdowns in two years. There's no guarantee that he would have put up similar numbers at Florida State, but watching him try would have been entertaining.