Florida is a state that gets very hot in the summertime and new Florida State Seminoles quarterback Everett Golson doesn’t seem to be a fan of such weather.
Golson took to Twitter to express his frustration with the intensity of Florida summers.
Walked outside today and instantly started sweating! Sheesh!
— Everett Golson (@Everett_Golson5) June 14, 2015
It’s certainly odd to hear Golson complaining about hot weather, as he himself is from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Much like Tallahassee and the rest of Florida, it gets pretty hot there in the summer months. Currently, per Weather.com it is 90 degrees and sunny in Myrtle Beach, and it feels like 97. There is a heat advisory set until 7 p.m. this evening.
Down in Tallahassee, it’s even hotter at 91 degrees but feeling like 98. That said, why is Golson complaining if his hometown’s weather is no different, plus has a heat advisory?
Maybe his time at Notre Dame made him soft on hot weather, as South Bend, Indiana gets chilly during football season. Currently, it is 78 degrees and rainy there.
Either way, with the weather not likely to change for at least the next few months, Golson had better get used to Florida’s heat. The team is counting on him to succeed and bring them a championship, and that won’t happen if he’s unable to play in warm conditions.
Florida State opens the 2015 season at home on September 5, when Texas State visits Doak Campbell Stadium.
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