Penalties pile up against FSU’s defense

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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