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Recent history poses hurdle for FSU at NC State

The last time Florida State went into Carter-Finley Stadium and beat the North Carolina State Wolfpack was Oct. 16, 2008. Bobby Bowden was still the Seminoles' head coach, Christian Ponder was the team's starting quarterback and Barack Obama hadn't yet been elected president. Florida State has lost two in a row in Raleigh and is 6-5 on NC State's home field since joining the Atlantic...
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September 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Reasons for Seminole Resurgence: #2 Stability at QB

In one of the more dramatic finishes of the BCS era, Kelvin Benjamin’s 2-yard touchdown grab against Auburn gave Florida State its first national championship in 14 years. After what some consider a lost decade, Florida State’s rise back to the top of college football was a long, arduous journey. The Seminoles endured three six-loss seasons, an academic cheating scandal and the...
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July 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Reasons for Seminole Resurgence: #5 Beating Florida

In one of the more dramatic finishes of the BCS era, Kelvin Benjamin’s 2-yard touchdown grab against Auburn gave Florida State its first national championship in 14 years. After what some consider a lost decade, Florida State’s rise back to the top of college football was a long, arduous journey. The Seminoles endured three six-loss seasons, an academic cheating scandal and the...
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July 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Reasons for Seminole Resurgence: #9 2009′s Strong Finish

In one of the more dramatic finishes of the BCS era, Kelvin Benjamin’s 2-yard touchdown grab against Auburn gave Florida State its first national championship in 14 years. After what some consider a lost decade, Florida State’s rise back to the top of college football was a long, arduous journey. The Seminoles endured three six-loss seasons, an academic cheating scandal and the...
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May 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Out with a bang: Final BCS title game one for the ages

PASADENA, Calif. -- In the waning minutes of the final BCS Championship Game, a question was pondered among the scattered media on the sidelines: Was the Auburn-Florida State finish as exciting as the end of Texas-USC in 2006? Three lead changes in the final 4 minutes, 31 seconds later, including a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown from Florida State's Kermit Whitfield, the...
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January 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Out with a bang: Final BCS title game one for the ages

PASADENA, Calif. -- In the waning minutes of the final BCS Championship Game, a question was pondered among the scattered media on the sidelines: Was the Auburn-Florida State finish as exciting as the end of Texas-USC in 2006? Three lead changes in the final 4 minutes, 31 seconds later, including a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown from Florida State's Kermit Whitfield, the...
Via Fox Sports West
January 07, 2014  |  Discuss
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