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Jimbo Fisher and FSU football players react after crucial win at South Florida

Jimbo Fisher, Dalvin Cook, Deondre Francois and others talked to the media following Florida State’s win on Saturday.

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Florida State left Tampa with a 55-35 victory over USF, coming off a loss at Louisville. As after every game, Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher and players talked to the media.

Jimbo Fisher was not as pleased as other coaches would be after winning by 20 points. Fisher talked about the starters needing to play 60 minutes, as the first team was still on the field when the final game clock hit zero. (You can click here for the Seminoles.com video).

Dalvin Cook broke his own personal game rushing record, grinding for 267 yards on Saturday. The junior talked about his big game after getting off to a slow start in the team’s first three games of the season.

Deondre Francois scored his first career rushing touchdown and threw for 169 yards on 11-19 passing. The quarterback added another 75 yards on the ground, and he talked about his performance.

Tarvarus McFadden intercepted his third pass of the season, a number that was the highest mark on the 2015 team.

Nate Andrews also intercepted a pass for the first time in two years in Saturday’s victory over USF.

Jacques Patrick rushed for over 100 yards against USF, coming off a game against Louisville in which he also had a good game. Patrick is starting to show he can be a weekly contributor as the season goes on.

Fred Jones also played a solid game against USF, helping Florida State secure a victory.