FSU offense productive but undone by turnovers

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - There were numerous positives to take away for the Florida State offense on a rainy night.

FSU led in time of possession for just the second time this year, controlling the ball for 32 minutes and 51 seconds.

James Blackman completed 27 passes in 43 attempts, the most completions for the sophomore quarterback since he was 30-for-40 against ULM on September 7.

With his 30 rushes for 157 yards, Cam Akers had his best rushing game since his historic performance against the Warhawks.

But with . . .

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