Posted November 24, 2012 on floridastate.scout.com
Despite being put in bad position for much of the first half the Florida State defense hung tough and kept the 'Noles in the game. Florida accumulated over 380 total yards with much of it coming from their ground game.
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  • Thought FSU had the #1 defense against the run?? I guess they would with the schedule they played previous to the GATORS.
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