Florida State's Andrews out for season with torn pectoral

Florida State‘s defense has taken another hit.

The Seminoles will be without defensive back Nate Andrews for the remainder of the season after he suffered a torn pectoral muscle against Miami, head coach Jimbo Fisher announced Tuesday.

Andrews, a senior, had 18 tackles for Florida State this season. Fisher added the team hasn’t ruled out applying for a medical redshirt in hopes of securing an additional year of eligibility for Andrews.

This is just the latest injury for a team that has plenty of them to deal with in 2016, especially on the defensive side of the ball.

Defensive tackle Darvin Taylor, safety Derwin James, defensive end Josh Sweat, and pass rusher Keith Bryant have all missed time with ailments this season.

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