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Florida State has lost Thomas for the Champs Sports Bowl

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Jermaine Thomas has played his final collegiate football game.

Jermaine Thomas (Getty Images/Contributor Joe Robbins)

Florida State has announced that Thomas has been declared academically ineligible to play in the Champs Sports Bowl. The Seminoles will face Notre Dame in Orlando.

Thomas has reportedly failed one of his fall semester classes. He is the only player on the team, who is not able to play in the bowl game.

Thomas was the second-leading rusher on the team. He had 279 yards, including a 4.6 yards per carry average, and a touchdown.

Florida State will count on freshman running back Devonta Freeman even more. He has 531 yards and eight touchdowns.

Freshman James Wilder Jr. and Senior Ty Jones are expected to see more time in the season finale.

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