The final drive for Florida State’s defense and Virginia’s defense were textbook examples of how emotion can take over.
FSU let the game slip away late for a myriad of reasons. But a Seminoles defense that bad been quite good for three quarters - eight solid drives - was the polar opposite in the fourth quarter.
Virginia quarterback Bryce Perkins orchestrated three drives in the final 20 minutes as the Cavaliers took a 31-24 win. But it was the final few drives where penalties stood out.
On Virginia’s second-to-last . . .
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