Nothing is worth starting if you don’t finish well.
If you don't close the door, the result won’t be representative of all the hard work, through days of practices, meetings and installing a game plan. FSU was more than good enough on Saturday to beat a top-25 team on the road in a tough environment for more than 45 minutes.
It’s a stark reminder of the fine line between winning and losing. The term “complete game” is mostly coach speak and nearly impossible to attain when two Power 5 teams . . .
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