FSU went to Clemson looking to upset the Tigers as a
26-point underdog to the defending national champions and see how it stacked up
against one of the best programs in the country. What the Seminoles found out
in a 45-14 loss to Clemson is that they still have a long way to go before they
will be ready to compete with the strongest teams in the country on a week-by-week
basis. The Seminoles needed to put their best foot forward against Clemson, but
this game was never in doubt from the flip of the . . .
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