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Former Florida State defensive end announces transfer destination

The former 'Nole has found a new home.

Former Florida State defensive end Marcus Cushnie has found a new home to finish off his college career.

Cushnie, who played one season for the Seminoles in 2021 after transferring from Alabama A&M, has transferred to UMASS.

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The 6’2”, 250-pound defensive end entered the portal in December after playing a back-up role for FSU. He had three tackles and 1.5 sacks for the Seminoles this past season.

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Most of his minutes were played early on, but the emergence of Derrick McClendon and Quashon Fuller made Cushnie primarily a special teams player for the back half of the season.

Originally from West Palm Beach, FL, Cushnie moves on to UMASS as they have undergone a coaching change.

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