NCAA Football Recap Week 6, Florida State Seminoles Defeat Miami-FL Hurricanes 20-19, Saturday, October 8, 2016

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4-2, 5th in ACC – Atlantic October 8, 8:00 PM | Grass of Sun Life Stadium 4-1, 4th in ACC – Coastal

When: 8:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 8, 2016
Where: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida

Florida State vs. Miami-FL, BOXSCORE

Final 1 2 3 4 T
florida-state-seminolesFlorida State Seminoles 0 3 14 3 20
miami-hurricanesMiami-FL Hurricanes 3 10 0 6 19
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10/08 8:00 PM
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362miami-hurricanesMiami (FL)

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL – Saturday, October 8th, Florida State Seminoles vs. Miami-FL Hurricanes.

Team /Live in game Betting at bovada-logo-top-book Spread Money Line Total
florida-state-seminolesFlorida State Seminoles +2 -110 +110 62 -105
miami-hurricanesMiami Florida Hurricanes -2 -110 -130 62 -115
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Florida State got a 150-yard performance from Dalvin Cook as a key part of its 20-19 victory over the Hurricanes on Saturday at Hard Rock Stadium.

The Seminoles were a +1.5-point underdog in the win, and managed to turn a profit for their supporters. The combined score dipped UNDER the total, which closed at 62.0.

Dalvin Cook rushed for 150 yards, while Deondre Francois added 21 yards in the win. Levonte Whitfield and Dalvin Cook added 83 and 59 receiving yards respectively.

Mark Walton rushed for 39 yards for Miami-FL, while Joseph Yearby added 39 yards. Brad Kaaya threw for 214 yards for the Hurricanes, while receivers Stacy Coley and Ahmmon Richards had 80 and 58 yards respectively.

Florida State outgained Miami-FL 407-276 yards in the game, while the battle of first downs was won 22-20 by the Seminoles.

The time of possession battle favored Florida State as their offense was on the field for 36:57, longer than the 23:03 of their opponents.

Florida State looks to continue their winning ways next game with a battle against Wake Forest. Miami-FL will aim to get back on the winning track vs. North Carolina.

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Think extra points are pretty much automatic in college football?

Miami doesn’t.

Not after Florida State’s DeMarcus Walker got a paw up to block a kick by Miami’s Michael Badgley with 1:38 left and allow the No. 23 Seminoles to escape with a 20-19 victory over the 10th-ranked Hurricanes on Saturday night.

“Obviously getting what looked to get the score to tie it up and not being able to protect well enough to kick an extra point is tough,” Miami coach Mark Richt said after the No. 10 Hurricanes (4-1, 1-1 ACC) lost for the first time under his tutelage. “Tough for everybody.

“But, to their credit, somebody cared enough to blast through and get it. It was a great effort on their part.”

Miami scored what looked to be the potential tying touchdown on Brad Kaaya’s second scoring pass to wide receiver Stacey Coley after Braxton Berrios’ 43-yard punt return set up Miami at Florida State’s 16-yard line.

After the block, the Seminoles picked up a key first down to run out the clock.

Dormant for much of the first half, the Seminoles’ offense came alive in the second, getting two touchdown passes from quarterback Deondre Francois in the third quarter to overcome a 10-point deficit.

The Seminoles added a field goal early in the fourth quarter, and that proved to be the difference.

Running back Dalvin Cook rushed for a game-high 150 yards and also scored on a 59-yard pass as the Seminoles posted their seventh consecutive victory over their south Florida rivals. Cook was wide open down the sideline and virtually strolled into the end zone after securing the pass.

“I kind of snuck out the backfield without being noticed,” Cook said, “which is hard. They kind of let me free. And Francois did a great job of recognizing that ’cause he could really not see me sometimes.”

Francois was 20-of-31 passing for 234 yards and the two touchdowns despite getting sidelined for the Florida State’s first two series of the second quarter after taking a hit that knocked his helmet off and sent him to the sideline on the final play of the first quarter. He responded by going 10-of-11 passing in the third quarter.

“He did the job,” Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher said. “I mean this whole-heartedly. If the quarterback’s not tough, your team’s not tough. Quarterback’s tough, the team’s tough.”

Kaaya completed 19 of 32 passes for 214 yards and the two touchdowns to Coley but also had a key end zone interception early in the third quarter with his team leading 13-3.

Running backs Mark Walton and Joe Yearby managed to rush for only 39 yards each, though Walton had a 45-yard touchdown run in the second half nullified by a holding penalty. The play would have given the Hurricanes a 20-7 lead in the third quarter.

“That’s the game of football,” Walton said. “Things happen like that. You score and get a penalty call, like you saw last year a few times … you just have to move on.”

What was expected to be an offensive show turned into a defensive struggle in the first half, which ended with Miami leading 13-3.

After going three-and-out their first two possessions, the Hurricanes moved into position for Badgley’s 37-yard field goal on their third with 1:16 left in the first quarter.

They added a touchdown on Kaaya’s 21-yard pass to Coley and a 51-yard field goal by Badgley to take a 13-0 lead with just 1:16 left in the first half. But Francois’ 28-yard pass to wide receiver Kermit Whitfield ignited a drive that resulted in Ricky Aguayo’s 31-yard field goal in the closing seconds of the half.

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