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Seminole Wrap: A brief breakdown of FSU’s win over Duke

A bite-sized episode to go with brunch

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In their first game in 28 days, a rested Florida State jumped out early on Duke (2-9, 1-9 ACC) and brought home their first win in 2020 in nearly two months. Noles took advantage of 4 Duke turnovers and rode a hot offense for the 56-35 victory. A retooled Noles offense led by Jordan Travis put 534 total yards and accrued 8.8 yards-per-play.

Redshirt sophomore running back Jashaun Corbin led a strong FSU ground attack with 3 touchdowns, and safety Hamsah Nasirildeen racked up 9 tackles and an interception in his just his second game back from injury.

In a brief episode paired perfectly for the sole 15 minutes of personal time you will likely get to yourself whether it be by a child, partner, or pet, Juan Montalvo talks last night’s win, FSU’s most points scored vs. an ACC opponent since 2014, as well as the smaller storylines surrounding it.

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