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With Auburn next, FSU game-by-game recap

Game 1 at Pittsburgh

W 41-13 Jameis Winston debuted, completing 25-of-27 passes for 356 yards with four touchdowns.

Game 2 vs. Nevada

W 62-7 Karlos Williams and Devonta Freeman each ran for more than 100 yards and scored a touchdown.

Game 3 vs. B-CU

W 54-6 Telvin Smith intercepted a pass and returned it for a 68-yard touchdown and the 'Noles cruised.

Game 4 at Boston College

W 48-34 Winston threw for 330 yards and four touchdowns, two to Rashad Greene.

Game 5 vs. Maryland

W 63-0 The defense held the 25th-ranked Terrapins to 234 total yards, including only 33 on the ground.

Game 6 at Clemson

W 51-14 Winston threw for 445 yards and three touchdowns, as FSU dominated the third-ranked Tigers.

Game 7 vs. N.C. State

W 49-17 Bobby Bowden planted the spear in his first game back since retirement. Freeman scored two TDs.

Game 8 vs. Miami

W 41-14 Freeman rushed for two touchdowns and caught another as the 'Noles topped the No. 7 Hurricanes.

Game 9 at Wake Forest

W 59-3 FSU tied a school record with six interceptions and held the Demon Deacons to 166 yards.

Game 10 vs. Syracuse

W 59-3 The school honored the '93 title team and then put on a show, building a 28-0 lead in the first quarter.

Game 11 vs. Idaho

W 80-14 The school points record fell as Kenny Shaw and Kelvin Benjamin each caught two TD passes.

Game 12 at Florida

W 37-7 Benjamin caught nine passes for 212 yards and three touchdowns as FSU topped the rival Gators.

Game 13 Duke

W 45-7 Winston threw three touchdowns — two to Benjamin — and the 'Noles won the school's 14th ACC title.

With Auburn next, FSU game-by-game recap 01/05/14 [Last modified: Sunday, January 5, 2014 8:56pm]
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