First impressions: Cards’ big plays, fast start too much for FSU

Florida State went to Louisville looking for its second straight win but it wasn't in the cards for Seminoles coach Mike Novell and his young football team. FSU dropped to 2-4 and 1-4 in the ACC.

Louisville was explosive on offense from the outset, racing to a 31-14 halftime lead behind the legs of Cardinals running back Javian Hawkins and the arm of quarterback Malik Cunningham, and it never really was much of a contest from that point forward. FSU played better defensively in the second half but the Cardinals scored on two . . .

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