While he may not hold the all-time FSU interception record, James Colzie does hold a special place in the hearts of Nole fans -- all because of one special INT. In 1994, down 31 - 24 to the Hogtown rivals, Colzie's diving grab of a Danny Wuerffel pass set up the tying TD in the legendary Choke at Doak.
Colzie played three more years at FSU, graduating in '96. But his days with the Noles were far from over. After coaching high school in Miami, and a year on the FIU staff, he returned to Tallahassee as a grad assistant, working from '04 thru '06 under his former coach, Mickey Andrews.
Following a season at Valdosta State, Colzie became D-Coordinator at Div. II West Georgia. Will his hard work and fast climb up the coaching ladder bring him back to Florida State for a third time? Who knows? But after listening to this edition of Garnet & Great, as Colzie looks back on two very different eras in FSU football, it's hard to imagine a better addition to Jimbo's staff.