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  •   Jameis Winston #5 of the Florida State Seminoles.



    Schedule
    2014 Seminoles Football Schedule

    Date Opponent / Event Location Time / Result
    08/30/14 vs. Oklahoma State Arlington, Texas W 37 - 31
    09/06/14 vs. The Citadel Tallahassee, Fla. W 37 - 12
    09/20/14 vs. Clemson * Tallahassee, Fla. W 23 - 17
    09/27/14 at North Carolina State * Raleigh, N.C. W 56 - 41
    10/04/14 vs. Wake Forest * Tallahassee, Fla. W 43 - 3
    10/11/14 at Syracuse * Syracuse, N.Y. W 38 - 20
    10/18/14 vs. Notre Dame Tallahassee, Fla. W 31 - 27
    10/30/14 at Louisville * Louisville, Ky. W 42 - 31
    11/08/14 vs. Virginia * Tallahassee, Fla. W 34 - 20
    11/15/14 at Miami * Miami Gardens, Fla. W 30 - 26
    11/22/14 vs. Boston College * Tallahassee, Fla. 3:30 p.m.
    11/29/14 vs. Florida Tallahassee, Fla. TBA


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    Monday, November 17
    STANDINGS

    Atlantic Division
    Florida State (1) 7-0 10-0 
    Clemson 6-2 7-3 
    Louisville 5-3 7-3 
    Boston College 3-3 6-4 
    North Carolina State 2-5 6-5 
    Syracuse 1-5 3-7 
    Wake Forest 0-6 2-8


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    Saturday, November 15
    Noles Rally Past Canes For 26th Straight Win

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    MIAMI GARDENS – It finally dawned on Rashad Greene with 39 seconds to play.

    Jalen Ramsey had moments earlier intercepted Miami’s Brad Kaaya to effectively seal Florida State’s fifth straight over the Miami Hurricanes. All that remained was to take a knee and make it official.

    Jameis Winston did the honors and FSU escaped with a come-from-behind, 30-26 win over Miami.

    Which means that Greene, along with Florida State’s other seniors, can say that he went his whole career without a loss to the Seminoles’ archrival.

    “I’m 4-0 against ‘The U,’” Greene said. “That’s something I can carry on with me throughout my life and share with my son. That’s definitely a proud moment for me.”

    When he tells the tale, Greene will probably spend a little more time on this one.

    The game, the 59th between the Seminoles (10-0, 7-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) and Hurricanes (6-4, 3-3), followed a familiar script.

    There was another slow start, another big deficit followed by another second-half rally and yet another dramatic victory.

    Miami native Dalvin Cook scored two touchdowns, including a 26-yarder late in the fourth quarter, to complete a 16-point comeback and lift FSU to its 26th consecutive victory.

    That matches Nebraska (1994-96) for the second-longest streak of the last 20 years.

    “What a college football game,” FSU coach Jimbo Fisher said. “That’s Miami-Florida State, isn’t it? That’s what it’s supposed to be.”

    For two quarters, it appeared the Hurricanes might fulfill a more dubious tradition – of FSU dream seasons derailed by losses to Miami.

    Freshman quarterback Brad Kaaya threw two first-half touchdown passes and star running back Duke Johnson ran for another as the Hurricanes raced out to a 23-7 lead that whipped most of the 76,530 in attendance into a frenzy.

    But the Seminoles battled back thanks in large part to some defensive adjustments by coordinator Charles Kelly, a settled-down offense and just a little luck.

    That came late in the third quarter, when Winston’s third-and-goal pass was deflected at the line of scrimmage. The ball bounced straight in the air and into the arms of running back Karlos Williams, who ran 11 yards into the end zone for a touchdown that made it 23-17.

    It was the only TD pass of the game for Winston, who finished 25 of 42 for 304 yards and one interception.

    “I saw the ball go in the air and I was like, ‘Oh, should I go try to catch it?’” said Cameron Erving, who started at center tonight instead of his usual left tackle.

    “Honestly, when that happened, I just thought to myself ‘God’s on our side tonight,’” Ramsey said. “’He’s really on our side tonight and we’re going to keep doing what we have to do to come out with this victory.’”

    Ramsey played a big role in that. As the FSU offense mounted its rally, it fell to Ramsey and his defensive teammates to keep the Hurricanes off the scoreboard.

    The sophomore defensive back spearheaded that effort with three tackles (one for loss), a forced fumble, four pass break-ups – including a deflection on third down with less than a minute to go – and, of course, the key interception.

    After surrendering an alarming 320 yards and 23 points in the first half, the Seminole defense tightened up and allowed 172 yards and three points in the second.

    “We come in with a game plan, things don’t work out and at halftime we make our adjustments, come back out and execute better,” said linebacker Reggie Northrup, who finished with a team-high 13 tackles.

    “We’re trying to find a way to get it going in the beginning, but our coaches, Coach Kelly, he does a great job adjusting.”

    Winning in dramatic fashion is becoming old hat for Florida State, having done it several times this season. Five of FSU’s 10 wins this season have come via second-half rallies and three – at NC State, at Louisville and at Miami – required the Seminoles to erase double-digit deficits.

    They’re not about to complain, though. Ramsey after the game insisted that FSU, which fell to No. 3 in the College Football Playoff rankings last week, is still the best team in the country.

    “Everybody has flaws,” Fisher said. “But this team here, they believe in each other.”

    With 10 games in the books, FSU is the only remaining undefeated team from a “Power 5” conference. And the Seminoles are happy to have that distinction, no matter how hard-fought some of those wins came.

    “It gets old sometimes,” Northrup said. “But, at the end of the day, we’re on that field for 60 minutes and until 60 minutes is up, we’re going to give everything we’ve got.”



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    Next Game
    Saturday, November 22
    vs Boston College

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    8:00PM EST

    Tallahassee, FL

    TV:  ABC / ESPN2




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