First impressions: FSU sacks Syracuse, dominates on first down

FSU played its most complete game of the year in a 35-17 win over Syracuse to move to 4-4 on the season and now needs just two wins in its final four games to become bowl-eligible. The Seminoles were dominant offensively and defensively in a game that FSU controlled from start to finish. Here are the Osceola’s keys to victory for the Seminoles:

Sacking Syracuse

Florida State got after Syracuse early and often with its pass rush. In the first quarter alone, the Seminoles sacked Orange quarterback Tommy DeVito . . .

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