FSU showed resolve early and often in its season opener. The FSU defense gave up a 75-yard touchdown drive to Notre Dame to start the game and the offense had a combined minus-19 yards against the Irish on six plays on its first two drives. Not the way you want to start the game as an underdog against a ranked opponent.
The defense only allowed Notre Dame 50 yards on its next four possessions on a combined 17 plays. The offense then scored on its third and fifth possessions of the first half to give . . .
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