FSU felt all week that it had a chance to go on the road and come home with its second straight road win and it got closer than many thought it would before ultimately falling to Clemson 30-20 on Saturday afternoon in Death Valley.
It was a hard-fought game that looked like it might go either way for almost the entirety of the game. It featured two physical and aggressive defenses, who kept it close, and two inconsistent and unproductive offenses, who never really got on track. The loss moved FSU's overall record to . . .
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