Keon Coleman has been one of the best receivers in the nation this season for the Florida State Seminoles, and he just revealed the incredibly special game day meal that fuels him for competition each Saturday.
Coleman is a huge fan of McDonald's, so much so that he devours "Golden Arches" cuisine pregame every week. He's not just eating a cheeseburger with small fry either, Coleman likes to order enough Mickey D's to feed a small army.
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He lists his regular order as two hot and spicy McChicken sandwiches with cheese and extra mayo, a medium french fry, Oreo McFlurry, and ten piece chicken McNugget. It might be normal for many college students to be fueled entirely by pizza and fast food, but an elite division one football player? Turns out they are just like us, except Coleman can house that meal pregame and then take it to the house routinely.
The junior wideout leads the Seminoles receiving corps with 38 receptions for 538 yards and 9 touchdowns. Coleman put up similarly explosive numbers last year at Michigan State, but his new partnership with Jordan Travis in Tallahassee has been even more impressive. We'll see how the McDonald's pregame feast sits with Coleman ahead of their matchup with the Pittsburgh Panthers.
The Seminoles travel to Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh for a 3:30 kickoff, so Coleman should have plenty of time to grab his favorite meal before kick. Who knows if any of his other teammates join in on this ritual, but the Florida State team nutritionist has to be horrified. A quick Google maps search shows there is a location 0.2 miles from the stadium so Coleman should be good to go for the game. Two McChickens and a McFlurry doesn't sound a like a particularly good recipe for success on the football field, but don't tell that to Keon Coleman. He's on his way to the NFL, and he's fueled by the delicious cooking of Ronald McDonald.
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