If the Florida State football team plays another game in 2020, it apparently won’t have running back La’Damian Webb in the backfield.
The sophomore junior college transfer, who led FSU’s running backs this season with 369 yards and three touchdowns on 69 carries, announced on Twitter that he is “opting out” from the remainder of this season.
It is not clear what his plans hold for the future, as he also thanked FSU’s coaches and administration, “for allowing me to attend this great university.”
Without Webb, FSU’s top two running backs are Texas A&M transfer Jashaun Corbin and freshman Lawrance Toafili.
FSU and the ACC are expected to announce in the coming days whether the Seminoles will be able to schedule one or more games following the cancellation of this Saturday’s game at Duke.
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