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#4 Florida State and Miami Battle in Epic Clash

In a thrilling college football matchup that had fans on the edge of their seats, the #4 Florida State Seminoles clashed with the Miami Hurricanes on November 11th in a game that will be remembered for its intensity and dramatic moments. The historic rivalry between these two Sunshine State powerhouses always guarantees an exciting contest, and this latest chapter did not disappoint.

First Quarter

The game kicked off with both teams displaying a fierce determination to assert dominance early on. The Seminoles struck first with a well-executed drive, at first it looked like Trey Benson went 46-yards form a touchdown, but stepped out of bounds at the Miami 39-yard line. The drive went 10 plays 55-yards, culminating in a 5-yard touchdown run from running back Trey Benson that ignited the home crowd. Miami’s next drive went 7 plays 42-yards, but unfortunately Miami’s kicker Andres Borregales missed a long 51-yard field goal attempt. The first quarter ended with Florida State up 7-0 on the scoreboard, setting the stage for a back-and-forth battle.

Second Quarter

However, Florida State answered again, showcasing their explosive offense with a dazzling display of speed and precision. The drive went 11 plays 52-yards, ending with kicker Ryan Fitzgerald making a 33-yard field goal. Florida State 10 Miami 0. The Hurricanes seized control with 8:40 to go in the second quarter, capitalizing on a 11 play 82-yard drive and converting it into seven points. Miami’s quarterback Emory Williams showcased his arm strength with pinpoint passes, connecting with receivers for big gains. The drive ended with a 3-yard touchdown pass. Miami 7 Florida State 10. The Hurricanes, however, refused to back down, responding with a tenacious defensive effort to keep the game within reach. As halftime approached, Miami went 6 plays 22-yards finishing the drive with kicker Borregales making a 27-yard field goal. The score was 10-10 at the half, setting the stage for a potentially epic second half.

Third Quarter

The third quarter lived up to the hype as both teams traded blows, showcasing the resilience and skill that define this storied rivalry. Florida Sate started off the second half with an on-side kick attempt that was recovered by Miami. Giving the Hurricanes the ball at the Florida State 47-yard line. The Seminoles defense held strong only giving up a Miami field goal of 51-yards. Miami 13 Florida State 10. Florida State’s offense found its rhythm, stringing together a series of impressive plays with quarterback Jordan Travis completing a 62-yard pass to Ja”khi Douglas, setting up a first and goal. 4 plays later kicker Ryan Fitzgerald made a 22-yard field goal to even the score at 13-13. The Seminoles, however, responded  once again with a dazzling display of speed and agility, retaking the lead with a highlight-reel Trey Benson 38-yard touchdown run. Miami 13 Florida State 20. The tension in the stadium was palpable as the teams entered the final quarter with everything on the line.

Fourth Quarter

The fourth quarter unfolded with a series of heart-stopping moments that left fans breathless. Florida State, determined to hold the lead in the fourth quarter, executed a Keon Coleman punt return for 57-yards with the drive culminating in a Jordan Travis 6-yard touchdown pass to Coleman. Miami 13 Florida State 27. The atmosphere reached a fever pitch as the game enter the closing minutes of the game. In the waning moments of the game, Miami managed a one play drive, with Williams completing a 85-yard touchdown pass to Jacolby George with 8:22 to go in the 4th quarter. Miami 20 Florida State 27. Miami’s offense would get one last opportunity to tie the game, with one last drive. Miami would go 12 plays and 37-yards but unfortantly Miami’s quarterback Emory Williams would hurt his arm on the drive stretching out for a first down. Tyler Van Dyke would enter the game to only throw an interception on 4th down and 10-yards to go. The interception by the Seminoles defense would secure a hard-fought victory and would leave Miami fans with a bitter taste of defeat. Final score Miami 20 Florida State 27.


The November 11th showdown between Florida State and Miami will undoubtedly go down as one of the memorable chapters in the rich history of their rivalry. With its thrilling twists and turns, the game showcased the passion, skill, and determination that makes college football a beloved American tradition. As both teams reflect on this intense matchup, fans eagerly anticipate the next chapter in this Sunshine State rivalry.


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