TALLAHASSEE, FL: As the saying goes, "you win some, you lose some."
In Florida State's case, you win big, and you're losing a few.
Some players have decided that they will return to school, namely key players like running back Karlos Williams Sr., tight end Nick O'Leary, offensive lineman Josue Matias, wide receiver Rashad Greene and offensive lineman Cameron Erving.
"I'm very excited that Karlos, Josue and Nick have decided to stay and continue their careers at Florida State," head coach Jimbo Fisher said.
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