Clemson Vs. Florida State 2012 Reaction: Noles Outlast Tigers With Second Half Barrage

No. 4 Florida State took care of business in Saturday night's 49-37 win over tenth-ranked Clemson, and SBNation's FSU blog of record, Tomahawk Nation, was pleased with the effort.

After trailing 21-14 at the half and 28-14 several minutes into the third quarter, a 35-3 FSU run erased that deficit and gave the Noles an insurmountable lead.

Tomahawk Nation's Bud Elliot describes Saturday's win in a paragraph:

Florida State had to overcome a lot Saturday night -- a near-perfect first half by Clemson's offense which featured a bevy of trick plays and no penalties; a key turnover; several costly penalties and two missed field goals. But a ferocious comeback erased all that and then some as the Seminoles emerged with an entertaining 49-37 victory on the big stage of ABC Saturday night football.

The Noles racked up 667 yards of offense, including 380 on the arm of EJ Manuel, and Chris Thompson turned in another 100-plus yard effort.

Tomahawk Nation also has a link to video of FSU coach Jimbo Fisher's post-game press conference.

For more college football news and updates, head over to SBNation's college football hub.

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