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Florida State looks to remain perfect all-time vs. Duke

That’s usually what happens when you put up nearly 50 points per game.

ACC Championship Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

Saturday’s Florida State at Duke game will mark the 20th meeting all-time between the two schools. The Seminoles are 19-0 in the all-time series, outscoring Duke 946-286. Two of those victories, in 2006 and 2007, were vacated.

FSU has scored under 41 points just twice, in a 25-6 victory back in 2007 and a 29-7 win in 2004. The ’Noles average 49.8 points per game. In comparison, Duke averages just over 15 points per game and have never scored more then 26 points.

Under Jimbo Fisher, FSU is 3-0 and have outscored Duke 134-30 in that span. In 2013, FSU defeated Duke 45-7 in the ACC Championship en route to its third national championship in school history.

On the road at Duke, FSU is 7-0.

The largest margin of victory by Florida State was a 62-13 win in 1998. The Seminoles have score more than 44 points in 16 of the 19 previous meetings vs. Duke.