Athlete Spotlight : Andrew Boselli

How has football had an impact on your life?Football has taught me many important life lessons as well as connected me with people that I will be friends with for life.
What was it like to play for FSU?How did you get through covid with your family and team?It was a blessing to play for FSU. FSU has some of the best fans in the country as well as a staff full of amazing and supportive people. I will always be a Nole for life. Getting through Covid with my family was difficult at times due to my dad getting seriously ill from the virus. But once we got through that as a family, it was a great opportunity to spend time together as a family. Once I got back to Tallahassee, get through Covid wasn’t too tough because I was so excited to get out of the house and get back to training.
What do you miss most about college/being a part of FSU?I miss being surrounded by my peers and best friends. Tallahassee is a great city with tons of fun activities that I will forever miss.
What would you want to tell others who are trying to make it on and off the field?I would say that there is no substitute for hard work. I was never the most physically gifted athlete on the football field, but through hard work and understanding the concepts I was able to start at Florida State.
What’s your capital city pedicab connection?Mike is my guy. He was a huge supporter of the football team, on the field and on social media, as well as the star of Recess. Mike is known all across town as a great dude with some serious dance moves.
People can follow me on @andrewboselli on all social media.

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