Sign language: Florida State Seminoles

To some, autographs are priceless.

For the Seminoles, their signatures in their locker room are for their eyes only. It was a tradition that began in coach Jimbo Fisher's first season, when the Noles won the Atlantic Division and played in the Chick-fil-A Bowl.

Every opponent on the schedule each year gets a "block" on the wall, and after each game, the players sign the block to commemorate the hard work they put into those four quarters. Former receiver Bert Reed said it means a lot to the players because it helps make them a part of Florida State history.

Of course, there is a bigger line to sign after a win. Florida's logo? The Noles got it covered. Twice.