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Neither team ran the ball incredibly well -- as I've said before, that seems to be FSU's bugaboo (if the Seminoles have one, anyway) -- but when FSU fell behind schedule, the 'Noles caught up. Miami did not. That was the ballgame.
Florida State 41, Miami 14
|Close %||76.9%||STANDARD DOWNS|
|Field Position %||38.6%||50.7%||Success Rate||48.3%||52.6%|
|Close Success Rate||38.6%||55.4%||Success Rate||20.0%||61.1%|
|Close Success Rate||36.0%||47.1%||Turnover Pts||1.6||3.4|
|Close PPP||0.37||0.41||Turnover Pts Margin||+1.8||-1.8|
|Line Yards/carry||2.78||3.13||Q1 S&P||1.113||1.042|
|Close Success Rate||42.1%||68.2%|
|Close PPP||0.57||1.21||1st Down S&P||1.066||1.062|
|Close S&P||0.993||1.891||2nd Down S&P||0.574||1.271|
|SD/PD Sack Rate||0.0% / 0.0%||0.0% / 20.0%||3rd Down S&P||0.808||1.422|
|Projected Pt. Margin: Florida State +22.8 | Actual Pt. Margin: Florida State +27|
The best part of this: the four turnovers were worth a combined 5.0 points. Arm punts, everybody!