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Florida's Keyontae Johnson collapses during game against Florida State

Johnson in critical but stable condition
Posted at 12:16 AM, Dec 13, 2020

TALLAHASSEE — The 20th ranked Florida State men’s basketball team hosted in-state rival Florida earlier today at the Tucker Center for an 11 a.m. tip-off. The Seminoles came away with the 83-71 win.

However the big story-line in today’s contest was Florida’s Keyontae Johnson. Following a timeout the standout junior collapsed on the floor. He was then rushed to Tallahassee Memorial hospital for treatment. As of right now Johnson is in critical but stable condition. Florida head coach Mike White who stayed in Tallahassee with Keyontae while his family flies in, and the entire Gator program ask for your prayers tonight for Keyontae.