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Old 06-14-05, 04:13 PM
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FSU QB tells police he's "God," and is then hospitalized.

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Suspended Florida State quarterback Wyatt Sexton was taken to a Tallahassee hospital on Monday evening by local police after causing a disturbance in the street, then identifying himself to police as "God" and the "son of God."

Sexton was not arrested.

Florida State assistant athletic director Rob Wilson would not comment on the incident, but did reveal that coach Bobby Bowden suspended Sexton on June 3 for an unspecified violation of team rules.

Sexton, the son of running backs coach Billy Sexton, played in 10 games last season, completing 55 percent of his passes (139-of-252) for 1,661 yards with 8 touchdowns and 8 interceptions. He finished spring practice as the first-team quarterback, ahead of second-year players Xavier Lee and Drew Weatherford.

According to the Tallahassee Police Department report, when a police officer responded to a call regarding unusual behavior on Monday evening, the officer found Sexton lying face down in the middle of the street.

Sexton, friends told the officer, had attended the rock festival in Tennessee that featured the Dave Matthews Band and returned to town Monday.

Witnesses told police that Sexton had been making strange gestures, and at one point jumped onto a car. When asked to identify himself, Sexton "yelled that he was 'God,' " the report said, and acted in a manner irrational enough that the officer pepper-sprayed him.

Only when police put him in a patrol vehicle did Sexton identify himself by name. As police transported him to the hospital, and upon arrival, he reverted to identifying himself as "God" or the "son of God."

Tallahassee police spokesman John T. Newland said Tuesday that common procedure in such cases is that the person in custody is taken to a psychiatric facility. He did not know if that had been the case for Sexton.

At the end of spring practice, Bowden said, with archrival Miami as the opening opponent, that he would take experience over talent at the outset of the season. Since Weatherford is recovering from offseason ankle surgery, Lee appears to be the front-runner to take over the offense.

According to the police report filed Monday, one of Sexton's friends who went to Tennessee with him said that Sexton "has been very stressed out the past week over him being the starting quarterback in football for FSU."
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Old 06-14-05, 04:41 PM
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Come on down Xavier Lee.

Although I couldn't stand the thought of another freshman starting at QB ala Rix.
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Old 06-14-05, 04:43 PM
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Isn't this how it all started for Jesus too?
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Old 06-14-05, 07:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Timber
Come on down Xavier Lee.

Although I couldn't stand the thought of another freshman starting at QB ala Rix.
Exactly, its all a formality until Lee takes over...Its not like Sexton is the second coming or anything, wait maybe he is
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It's all Dave Matthews' fault.
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Old 06-15-05, 01:13 AM
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This is hilarious. I hear there was some insanely strong acid at Bonnaroo this year. He probably took a shitload of it, too, to be tripping 2 days later.
How ironic would it be if his name was actually Billie?
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