Sunday, November 16, 2014

Morning Wrap: FSU Rallies Against Miami; Stays Undefeated


We will say this about the Florida State Seminoles; they ain't pretty, but they keep winning.

FSU scored the go-ahead TD with just over 3 minutes left in the game Saturday night vs. Miami, saving their undefeated season and winning the game 30-26.

The 26-yard game winning run by Running Back Dalvin Cook capped a furious rally that continued a pattern where the 'Noles fall behind in the 1st half, only to right the ship and rally, coming back for the win.

Jameis Winston threw for 304 yards and a TD, Cook had 92 rushing yards and scored twice for the 10-0, 7-0 in the ACC. For the Hurricanes, Duke Johnson ran for 130 yards and a score. Miami drops to 6-4, 3-3 in the ACC.

The path to the playoffs continues getting wider and wider for Florida State as the other undefeated teams continue to fall while the Noles keep coming back and winning. The final two games of the season for FSU are both easily winnable. And while not garnering lots of respect among the College Football Experts, FSU is an early lock for the CFB Playoff.

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