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      by Published on 09-25-2016 12:38 PM
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      Following a 55-35 victory over South Florida on Saturday, Florida State has risen in the traditional polls.

      After falling from No. 2 to 14th in the Amway Coaches Poll last week at the conclusion of a 63-20 loss at Louisville, the Seminoles moved up two spots to No. 12.

      Alabama continued to top the poll, followed by Ohio State, Clemson, Louisville and Michigan. FSU is one of four ACC teams in the top 15 and one of five total ranked in the poll. In addition to Clemson and Louisville, rival Miami sits at No. 14. Next week's opponent for FSU, North Carolina, is 23rd. The Tar Heels rallied for a thrilling 37-36 win over Pittsburgh on Saturday. ...
      by Published on 09-25-2016 07:28 AM
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      We're a third of the way through the 2016 football season for Florida State as the Seminoles sit at 3-1 following Saturday's win over South Florida. FSU now turns its attention to North Carolina, but there is plenty to talk about the program and other Seminole programs. We'll do so in this rundown. The news and notes section will be updated.

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      Just more than one year after having a career-game against South Florida, Florida State running back Dalvin Cook bettered that effort against the same team, rushing for 267 yards and two touchdowns in Florida State's 55-35 victory on Saturday.

      The 267 yards rushing was one more than Cook's previous career-high and the second-most in FSU history. Cook also led the team in receiving with four catches for 62 yards to finish with 329 yards -- the largest offensive output from scrimmage by a Power 5 player in two years.

      The big day for Cook gives him 495 yards rushing for the season and puts him back on pace to break Warrick Dunn's career rushing record at FSU. Cook now owns three of the five biggest rushing days in FSU history. Cook may have also run himself back into the Heisman Trophy conversation.

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      In addition to the 55-35 win ...
      by Published on 09-25-2016 06:43 AM
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      Florida State got back in the win column on Saturday as the Seminoles scored 31 unanswered points to erase an early deficit and defeat South Florida 55-35 at Raymond James Stadium.

      The 55 points was the most scored by FSU since the 2015 season-opener against Texas State. The Seminoles also managed nearly 650 yards of offense. When that happens, there are a number of great individual performances. The Daily Nole staff of editor Mike Ferguson, lead writer Clint Eiland, recruiting analyst Jay Brading and contributors T.J. Pittinger and Robert Blackburn each handed out game balls.

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      Unanimous Game Ball: Dalvin Cook, RB
      Just more than a year after rushing for a career-high 266 yards against South Florida, FSU junior running back Dalvin Cook bested that with 267 yards on the ground and two scores. Cook also added a team-high four catches for ...
      by Published on 09-24-2016 02:41 PM
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      Florida State defeated the South Florida Bulls by a score of 55-35 on a hot Saturday at Raymond James Stadium. The offense came quick and the scores quicker.

      The first quarter was a roller coaster of emotions for Seminole fans, and it seemed to last an entire hour. USF quarterback Quinton Flowers started hot with an 84-yard touchdown pass to Rodney Adams on the first play of the game, adding fuel to the flame of frustrated FSU fans. It didnít last long however, as FSU's Dalvin Cook came back with a 75-yard touchdown run on FSUís first play from scrimmage.

      The fireworks didnít stop there. USF drove back down with a 9-play, 72-yard scoring effort, with FSU following up moments later for ...
      by Published on 09-24-2016 09:39 AM
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      Photo courtesy of Michael Schwarz/FSU Athletics

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      Florida State hopes to rebound against the South Florida Bulls on Saturday, but it'll need to do so with a shuffled offensive line and without two of its biggest defensive starters. For the latter, both Derwin James and Josh Sweat were ruled out, meaning the Seminoles will have a little more defensive turnover to try and solve.

      Head coach Jimbo Fisher announced on Thursday that right guard Wilson Bell would be benched in favor of true freshman Landon Dickerson, who has looked serviceable in the snaps he's received, which included a start against Charleston Southern. Fisher added that right tackle Rick Leonard (perhaps the weakest link ...

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