FSU went into the NC State game as a double-digit underdog on Saturday night in part because of the departures or losses of quarterback James Blackman, wide receiver Tamorrion Terry, defensive tackle Marvin Wilson and offensive tackle Devontay Love-Taylor. The task of beating the Wolfpack on the road didn't get any easier when it was announced that starting quarterback Jordan Travis didn't make the trip to Raleigh. Those key losses for the season and the game made a young team that much younger were too much for FSU to overcome as NC State cruised to . . .
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