It wasn't always pretty for Florida State against Duke on Saturday night but despite a roster depleted by injuries and opt-outs that left it with approximately 50 scholarship players, the Seminoles were able to ride strong third- and fourth-quarter performances to get its third victory of the season with a 56-35 win over the Blue Devils. It was FSU's first win since it upset North Carolina 31-28 on Oct. 17. The victory ensured that Florida State will avoid finishing in a tie for last place in the ACC with Syracuse at season's . . .
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