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$86,390 raised for Janarius Robinson by FSU fans

A week ago, the panhandle of Florida saw the worst storm in history when Hurricane Michael ravished through the panhandle. Panama City Beach was one of the areas to get the worst of the storm.

Current Florida State defensive end Janarius Robinson, who is from the area, returned once the storm had passed to find his childhood home completely destroyed.

Robinson wasn’t about to pout though, he was determined to help his home town.

Due to NCAA restrictions, it was uncertain how, or even if Seminole Nation would be able to help. With coordination from the Florida State compliance office, the NCAA approved a GoFundMe for the current Seminole who just wants to help his mother rebuild their home.

With the support of head coach Willie Taggart, the fundraiser has taken off.

Surprising nobody, Nole Nation has answered in a big way. Former Seminole Danny Kanell was one of the first to chip in donating $1,000 of his own money to the fund. Since it has been live, over $50,000 have been raised for the Robinson family who looks to rebuild their home in the same place where they lost it.

The generosity has not gone unnoticed.

Below is the link to his official GoFundMe for anyone interested in donating.

https://www.gofundme.com/robinson-rebuild-hurricane-michael

 


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