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Draft Scout Mario Edwards Jr. News
01/07/14 - Florida State received all 60 first-place votes and finished No. 1 in the final AP poll of the 2013 season. The Seminoles (14-0), beat Auburn 34-31 for the program's third national title in 20 years (1993, 1999), ending a run of seven consecutive national titles for the Southeastern Conference. Alabama, two-time defending champions, finished No. 7 among seven teams that finished in the top 14. Auburn (12-2) was No. 2 ahead of Michigan State, the Big Ten champions who knocked off Stanford in Pasadena, Calif., in the Rose Bowl Game on Jan. 1. South Carolina, Missouri and Oklahoma came in ahead of the Crimson Tide. Clemson was eighth with Oregon and UCF rounding out the top 10. - The Sports Xchange
12/13/13 - 2013 ALL-ACC THIRD TEAM (COACHES): DE-Mario Edwards Jr., So. Florida State (12)...Has been selected Third Team All-ACC for the 2013 college football season by the ACC Coaches. - Florida State football
12/04/13 - 2013 ALL-ACC THIRD TEAM (MEDIA): DE Mario Edwards Jr., Florida State, 6-3, 285, So., Gautier, Miss. (56)...Has been selected Third Team All-ACC for the 2013 college football season by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA). - Florida State football
01/01/13 - Scouting the Florida State run defense: One of Florida State's biggest defensive question marks was how freshman Mario Edwards Jr. would handle defensive end responsibilities in the wake of leading tackler Cornellius Carradine's torn ACL. Making his first career start, the Denton, Texas, native was a pleasant surprise, contributing seven tackles and not allowing Georgia Tech's triple-option offense to spring any big plays in his direction.
Edwards and the rest of the Seminoles defense limited the Yellow Jackets to just 183 rushing yards well below Tech's season average and, more importantly, came back strong after being pushed around the week before by Florida. - The Sports Xchange
09/10/12 - DEs Mario Edwards and Chris Casher, both true freshmen and both being considered for redshirt status, instead made their FSU debuts against Savannah State. Edwards, a highly touted player who was not on the sideline in the opening game, has been pressed into action with the season-ending injury to Brandon Jenkins. He was credited with an assisted tackle. Both players will now have to step up and play to fill the void. - The Sports Xchange