In this episode of The Renegade Report, Herc & Nolebra Kai recap the Noles 41-14 victory of Miami. FSU had the better team, better coaching staff and home field advantage so there was no reason to expect the Hurricanes to win the game. However, when it comes to FSU vs. Miami history tells us to expect the unexpected. We didn’t expect Jameis Winston to throw two 1st half interceptions. We didn’t expect Stephen Morris to throw two 1st half touchdowns. We certainly didn’t expect the Noles to be leading by only 7 points at halftime. Our expectations were realized during a stretch of the 3rd quarter where FSU ran 19 plays to Miami’s 1 and scored 14 points to push the lead to 35-21. Devonta Freeman was undoubtedly the player of game. He led the team in both rushing and receiving. He also scored 3 total touchdowns.