Remembering The Rooster: A Tribute to FSU Legend Marcus Outzen

Remembering The Rooster: A Tribute to FSU Legend Marcus Outzen

A beloved member of the Florida State football family, Marcus Outzen, affectionately known as "The Rooster," tragically passed away due to complications from a rare immune deficiency disorder. His fiery spirit and red hair left a lasting impact on all who knew him.

Outzen, a former quarterback for FSU, led the Seminoles to the national championship game in 1999, showcasing his courage and talent on the field. His teammates and friends remember him as a kind and genuine person, always putting his family first.

Despite facing pressure and adversity, Outzen remained focused and dedicated to his team, leading them to victories and unforgettable moments. His legacy extends beyond the game, touching the lives of all who had the privilege of knowing him.

Off the field, Outzen worked in medical sales and enjoyed spending time with his family, playing golf, and creating lasting memories with friends. His positive energy and infectious smile will be deeply missed by all who knew him.

As we mourn the loss of a true Seminole, we remember Marcus Outzen for his resilience, his passion for the game, and the love he shared with those around him. He leaves behind a legacy of warmth and kindness that will never be forgotten.

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