After sixty decisive minutes, the Seminoles showed the Hurricanes remain a few steps behind the three touchdown favorite. The home team rolled to a convincing 41-14 victory in Tallahassee on Saturday night, solidifying the fact that that the gap in this Sunshine State rivalry was as big as predicted—for now.
Miami brought the fight early, going toe-to-toe with Florida State, trading touchdowns and tying things up after one. Stephen Morris got it done through the air, while Duke Johnson carried the load on the ground and for two quarters, it was truly anybody’s game.
The Hurricanes’ defense picked off Jameis Winston twice in the first half and after Morris connected with Allen Hurns for their second touchdown of the night, Miami trailed 21-14 going into the intermission.
From there it was all Florida State—as expected.
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