LOOK: Florida State Players Troll UNC With ‘Jordan Logo’ Touchdown Celebration

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  • Florida State took a lead into halftime against North Carolina on Saturday and was playing with some serious swagger.
  • To celebrate one of the first-half touchdowns, the Seminoles hit the “Jordan Logo” in the end zone.
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Jumpman, Jumpman, Jumpman, the Seminoles were up to something!

After beginning the season 1-4 with a demoralizing loss to Jacksonville State, Florida State football didn’t show much promise. As head coach Mike Norvell’s team traveled to Chapel Hill to face North Carolina on Saturday, very few people gave them a chance.

However, as the game went to halftime, the Seminoles held a 21-10 lead.

Just before the break, quarterback Jordan Travis found wide receiver Ontaria Wilson for a 32-yard touchdown. The score capped an eight-play, 80-yard drive that noticeably took the air out of the building.

You could have heard a pin drop at Kenan Memorial Stadium.

To celebrate the touchdown, Wilson went full savage mode. UNC, Michael Jordan is an alumnus, was the first school in the country to wear Jordan brand uniforms. It started on the hardwood and then was adopted by the football team.

Wilson knew that and understood the assignment. After hauling in the catch, he mimicked the iconic logo in end zone right in front of the student section.

It seems like a bold move to troll an opponent in the first half of an 11-point game, but we will always support touchdown cellies of any kind. Remember when North Carolina was supposed to compete for a national title and Sam Howell was a Heisman contender?

Yeah, me neither. EL OH EL.