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  •   Jameis Winston #5 of the Florida State Seminoles.

    Sunday, August 23

    Football - 2015 Schedule

    Home: 0 - 0
    Away: 0 - 0
    Neutral: 0 - 0
    Overall: 0 - 0 ACC: 0 - 0 Home: 0 - 0 Away: 0 - 0 Neutral: 0 - 0 More
    Date Opponent FSU Rank Location Time (ET) Time (ET)
    Results Media
    Sep 05
    Texas State 8 Tallahassee 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.
    Sep 12
    USF - Tallahassee 11:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m.
    Sep 18
    at Boston College * - at Chestnut Hill 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.
    at Chestnut Hill
    Oct 03
    at Wake Forest * - at Winston-Salem TBA TBA
    at Winston-Salem
    Oct 10
    Miami * - Tallahassee TBA TBA
    Oct 17
    Louisville * - Tallahassee TBA TBA
    Oct 24
    at Georgia Tech * - at Atlanta TBA TBA
    at Atlanta
    Oct 31
    Syracuse * - Tallahassee TBA TBA
    Nov 07
    at Clemson * - at Clemson TBA TBA
    at Clemson
    Nov 14
    NC State * - Tallahassee TBA TBA
    Nov 21
    Chattanooga - Tallahassee TBA TBA
    Nov 28
    at Florida - at Gainesville TBA TBA
    at Gainesville
    * Conference Games

    Monday, December 8

    Atlantic Division
    Florida State (2) 8-0 13-0 
    Clemson (18) 6-2 9-3 
    Louisville (20) 5-3 9-3 
    Boston College 4-4 7-5 
    North Carolina State 3-5 7-5 
    Syracuse 1-7 3-9 
    Wake Forest 1-7 3-9


    Rose Bowl
    Thursday, January 1
    Champs Defeated by Ducks, 59-20

    PASADENA, Calif. – The worst appeared to be over.

    After a first half full of miscues and missed opportunities, the Florida State Seminoles went into halftime here at the Rose Bowl trailing Oregon by only five points.

    FSU then moved the ball with ease to start the third quarter and appeared poised to take the lead when freshman Dalvin Cook, one of the team’s brightest young players, lost a fumble.

    It was the first of five FSU turnovers, all of which led to Oregon touchdowns in a nightmare second half that propelled the Ducks to a 59-20 victory in the first College Football Playoff semifinal.

    “I feel like we were in a good position, we just let it get away from us,” senior receiver Rashad Greene said. “They were able to capitalize off our faults. In big games like this, you can’t have those mistakes.”

    Florida State’s school-record winning streak is over at 29 games. The Ducks are on to the national championship game in Arlington, Texas, where they will face either Alabama or Ohio State.


    The Seminoles (13-1) played at arm’s length with Oregon (13-1) for most of the first two quarters. They took an early lead on Roberto Aguayo’s 28-yard field goal before UO went on an 18-3 run on the strength of two Royce Freeman touchdowns.

    Karlos Williams answered with a late 10-yard TD and, even after Aguayo’s last-second 55-yard attempt missed off the left upright, FSU appeared to be in a good position.

    “I thought the end of the first half, they were playing very well,” FSU coach Jimbo Fisher said. “I felt comfortable coming out in the second half.”

    Then the third quarter happened.

    The turnover parade started with Cook’s first fumble, which came, ironically, on an 10-yard carry that put him over the 1,000-yard mark for the season.

    Oregon’s quarterback Marcus Mariota needed only a few plays to turn that into a touchdown and a 25-13 lead for the Ducks.

    “I made some mistakes out there,” said Cook, who is FSU’s second 1,000-yard rusher in as many seasons.

    “I’ve got to go back to the drawing board and I’ve got to learn from it.”

    FSU actually answered that score with a 15-yard TD pass from Jameis Winston to Travis Rudolph, but those were the Seminoles’ final points before a run of four straight possessions with a turnover.

    First it was another fumble by Cook. Then a fourth-down fumble by Winston that Oregon’s Tony Washington returned for a 58-yard touchdown.

    Then a Winston interception that bounced off of Rudolph’s hands.

    Then, finally, a fumble after a first-down catch by Jesus Wilson.

    “When turnovers come, they change momentum,” Fisher said. “Momentum is different than making adjustments when (opponents) are driving the football.”

    With each turnover, the Ducks’ lead continued to grow. They spent the fourth quarter letting the play clock run down to two seconds before snapping the ball, a stark contrast from their usual hurry-up approach.

    Oregon reached the 600-yard mark on an FSU defense for the first time since 1984, and their 59 points are tied for the most allowed in school history.

    “Tonight is one of those nights where I think we let the points add up too much,” junior defensive end Mario Edwards said. “We didn’t make enough turnovers on defense or plays on defense.”

    The Seminoles’ offense actually moved the ball well. They racked up more than 500 total yards and averaged more than six yards per play, but early red zone woes prevented them from finding their footing.

    FSU finished 4-5 in the red zone, but mustered just two field goals in three first-quarter trips inside the 20.

    “We just weren’t finishing. Point blank. Period,” FSU lineman Cameron Erving said. “You have to finish drives.”

    The game’s Heisman vs. Heisman matchup lived up to its billing. Winston and Mariota each made several highlight-reel plays, and Winston tied a school record for 300-yard games, putting up 348 and a touchdown on 29-of-45 passing.

    Mariota, meanwhile, accounted for 400 total yards (338 passing) and four total TDs.

    “We didn’t expect (Mariota) to kill us like that,” FSU cornerback P.J. Williams said. “He’s a great quarterback and he definitely showed that.”

    Freshman led FSU in both rushing (Cook, 15-103) and (Rudolph, 6-96), but seniors Karlos Williams (139 total yards) and Rashad Greene (six catches for 59 yards) had solid outings in their collegiate finales.

    “It’s very tough,” said Greene, who leaves FSU as the school’s all-time leader in receptions and receiving yards.

    “We’re competitors. Who likes to lose?”



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