Florida State vs. Miami 2012 score update: Seminoles lead Hurricanes 13-10 at halftime

The Florida St. Seminoles lead the Miami Hurricanes 13-10 at halftime. The Seminoles recovered from a sloppy start and a 10-0 deficit to take the lead, but have yet to impress against a team they were favored to beat by three touchdowns. Mike James and James Wilder Jr. have the two touchdowns, Jake Wieclaw has a field goal for Miami, and Dustin Hopkins has two field goals for FSU.

The Seminoles offense is without their biggest home run threat in running back Chris Thompson. Thompson hurt his left knee in the second quarter, and will not return to the game. Wilder is running well in Thompson's absence, but FSU is hoping that Thompson's absence won't hurt them in the second half.

Florida State's offense started slow, but has picked up more momentum as the game has gone on. E.J. Manuel has over 100 yards passing and is completing over 60% of his passes. Miami, on the other hand, appears to be heading the other way. Stephen Morris is only completing 50% of his passes, and the Canes have just over 100 yards of total offense after 30 minutes.

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