Florida State looked like an overwhelming favorite entering its Thursday night clash with Boston College. And the Seminoles are living up to every bit of that billing, rolling up a 28-0 halftime lead. The scariest thing? That halftime score might not fully convey the dominance.
The 'Noles scored one touchdown in the first quarter and three in the second, and have 214 yards of total offense. E.J. Manuel has thrown for 114 yards and a touchdown, and run for another; Devonta Freeman has two rushing touchdowns of his own. Florida State's offense has had its way with the Eagles' defense.
But the 'Noles' defense has been much, much better against BC's ramshackle offense. FSU conceded just 90 yards in the first half, and no third down conversions. The 'Noles also forced two turnovers, both fumble recoveries, and limited Chase Rettig to 26 passing yards.
About the only good news for the Eagles? There are only two quarters of this left.
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