The game was already out of reach for the Boston College Eagles at halftime, but the Florida St. Seminoles didn't take their foot off the gas, building their lead to an insurmountable 41-7 at the end of three quarters.
The Seminoles began the second half with the ball, and marched 75 yards down the field in 8 plays before Lonnie Pryor punched in his second touchdown of the game from three yards out. On the Noles' next drive, E.J. Manuel threw his second interception of the game. It didn't end up hurting FSU, as they got the ball back and cashed in with a 26 yard Dustin Hopkins field goal.
The Florida State defense forced two straight BC three and outs to start the second half. The Boston College offense has struggled all game. Andre Williams has 96 yards rushing, but that's about it for bright spots for the Eagles' offense.