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Seminoles survive

Quarterback Jameis Winston leaps over guard Josue Matias and past Oklahoma State safety Jordan Sterns for a score.

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Quarterback Jameis Winston leaps over guard Josue Matias and past Oklahoma State safety Jordan Sterns for a score.

ARLINGTON, Texas

Top-ranked Florida State survived a challenge from Oklahoma State on Saturday night, winning 37-31 in the Cowboy Classic. • The Seminoles offense was shaky even though Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Jameis Winston threw for 370 yards and a touchdown. He had two interceptions. • FSU's offense also missed departed running backs Devonta Freeman and James Wilder, with Karlos Williams leading the way with 66 yards rushing. • FSU took a 17-0 lead, but Oklahoma State rallied to make it 27-24 early in the fourth quarter • "Let's just relax and realize this isn't the same football team," FSU coach Jimbo Fisher said. "We'll get better next week, and we have a chance to be a good football team." Story, 6C

Seminoles survive 08/31/14 [Last modified: Sunday, August 31, 2014 12:41am]
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