A note to all high school football recruits: If bling is your thing, go to Florida State.
The Florida State football team was rewarded for its 2014 national championship campaign in a big way this week, as coaches and players received not one, not two, but three massive championship rings.
As is tradition, the Seminoles earned their BCS national championship rings for their 34-31 victory over the Auburn Tigers in the 2014 BCS title game in January. Florida State also received Atlantic Coast Conference championship rings for posting a perfect 8-0 record in league play and blowing out the Duke Blue Devils 45-7 in the league title game.
Seminoles head coach Jimbo Fisher took his team’s reward even further, though, by reportedly designing a third national championship ring that is even bigger than the other two (pictured in the middle of the Instagram photo below).
It’s quite the haul for the Seminoles, especially for Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston, who might run out of fingers to put his rings on if the FSU baseball team makes a run at a championship this spring.
Check out a video of the team showing off their rings below.
Instagram photo via @seanmaguire10