September 29, 2012; Tampa, FL, USA; Florida State Seminoles offensive linesman Bryan Stork (52) against the South Florida Bulls during the second half at Raymond James Stadium. Florida State Seminoles defeated the South Florida Bulls 30-17. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Florida State Center Bryan Stork Named 2013 Outland Trophy Semifinalist

The semifinalists for the 2013 Outland Trophy, recognizing the nation’s top interior linemen, were announced on Wednesday morning, and Florida State Seminoles center Bryan Stork found his name among the six on the list.

Throughout this season in which the ‘Noles have torn through nearly every defense that has been put in front of them, Stork has once again been the anchor of the big boys up front and one of the unquestioned leaders of the offense. For as much as many want to put focus on Jameis Winston leading this charge, it shouldn’t be overlooked that he’s had the benefit of working with one of the most experienced players on the team.

Stork has played every position on the front line during his time in Tallahassee. The fifth-year senior has literally seen and done it all–the definition of versatility for a big man.

Of all the accomplishments that FSU players have racked up throughout the years, no one from the school has ever won this award.

Congratulations to Bryan on being recognized for his tremendous talents on the field in guiding the second-ranked Seminoles through what has been a magical 2013 campaign.


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