During a 20 year period from the early 70s to early 90s, one Seminole receiver stands out in the record book. And today, Barry Smith's amazing stats for catches, yards and TDs still rank near the top.
What was it like to play in the era when long hair was in and football was considered "establishment?" How did players handle the transition from the intense Bill Peterson to the laid back Larry Jones? And what's the story behind FSU's "chicken wire scandal," as the press dubbed it, that sent the program into a tailspin? We asked the man who went through it all, and is still proud to be a Nole and of his place in the FSU Hall of Fame.