FSU defensive end to miss first half against Clemson


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Tallahassee Democrat - USA Today Sports
Tallahassee Democrat - USA Today Sports

The following is not ideal for the Seminoles as a talented No. 2 Clemson squad approach on the calendar.

Florida State sophomore defensive end Joshua Kaindoh was called for targeting with five minutes to go in his team's 38-17 win against Wake Forest.

He was ejected for lowering his head to hit the Demon Deacons' quarterback Sam Hartman and consequently will miss the first half of the Clemson game on Saturday.

The 6-foot-7 defensive end had three tackles including two sacks against Wake Forest.

He is currently FSU's backup defensive end to Brian Burns.

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