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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