Who is Marcus Outzen? Former FSU QB Death & Cause; Wiki, Age, Wife

Marcus Outzen

Marcus Outzen Career

Marcus Outzen, also known as “The Rooster,” was a former Florida State quarterback from Fort Walton Beach. He played for FSU from 1996-2000 and notably started in the Seminoles’ national championship game in the 1999 Fiesta Bowl.

Outzen rose to prominence during the 1998 season when he replaced the injured Chris Weinke and led FSU to victories over Wake Forest and Florida, securing a spot in the BCS Championship.

Marcus Outzen Illness

Recently, Outzen was diagnosed with HLH (Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis), a severe, systemic inflammatory syndrome that can be potentially fatal.

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Marcus Outzen Wife

Outzen, who worked in medical sales, lived in the Tampa Bay Area with his wife and children.

Marcus Outzen Death & Cause

Marcus Outzen passed away on Tuesday evening, April 30, 2024, due to complications from HLH. Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis is a rare but serious condition where certain white blood cells accumulate and damage organs.

In a heartfelt tribute, Micky O’Brian expressed condolences to the family and acknowledged Outzen’s inspirational spirit.

His tribute reads, “Sad news to hear about Marcus Outzen’s passing on April 30, 2024, due to HLH. He was a beloved former Florida State quarterback. Our thoughts go out to his wife and family during this difficult time. Rest in peace, Marcus. 🙏”

School Fort Walton Beach High School, Fort Walton Beach, Florida
Was He Married Yes, he had a wife
Date of Death Tuesday, April 30, 2024
Cause of Death HLH (Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis)
 Age In his 30s

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