1993 Seminoles National Champs Football Onesie
On November 13, 1993, Florida State played Notre Dame in a matchup of unbeaten teams, hailed as the "Game of the Century". FSU was ranked #1 and Notre Dame was ranked #2. The Seminoles bid for a perfect season fell short as Notre Dame prevailed, 31–24. The Irish had leads of 24–7 and 31–17 before the Seminoles scored late (on a pass tipped in the end zone) to cut the final margin to seven points. After that game, Notre Dame was voted #1 and FSU was voted #2. However, #1 Notre Dame lost at home the following week to #17 Boston College 41–39 on a 41-yard field goal as time expired. The voters returned the Seminoles to the #1 spot, and they were matched against Nebraska (now #2) in the Orange Bowl. Florida State rallied late to eke out an 18–16 win, as Nebraska missed a potential game-winning 45-yard field goal on the game's final play. After the bowl games, 12–1 Florida State was voted #1 and 11–1 Notre Dame was voted #2 in both polls.
The onesie version of our classic tee. 5.0 oz., 100% combed ringspun cotton in a 1x1 baby rib Flatlock seams Double-needle rib binding on neck, shoulders, sleeves and leg openings Reinforced three-snap closure on binding CPSIA Compliant
- 100% soft jersey cotton
- Double-needle rib binding for durability
- Reinforced three-snap closure
- Printed in New York