TALLAHASSEE — Less than five days after orchestrating the biggest come-from-behind victory in Florida State history, the Seminoles took the field again in Saturday's home opener against Charleston Southern. That, Jimbo Fisher said, left no time for improvements. The team arrived back in Tallahassee in the wee hours of Tuesday morning, and the Seminoles had just two practices before kicking off against the Buccaneers in a revamped Doak Campbell Stadium. But for wide receiver Travis Rudolph, there was no room for excuses."I mean, it was a quick turnover. But I feel like once we know it's game time, we've just got to be ready to go," he said. "And that's how we took it."That much was clear from the first whistle. No. 3 FSU (2-0), which could muster only a field goal in the first quarter of Monday night's victory over Mississippi, struck first against its Division I-AA opponent and never stopped striking, scoring four first-quarter touchdowns en route to a 52-8 win over the Buccaneers. "We focused all week in practice on starting fast. Obviously in the Ole Miss game, we didn't get off to a fast start," said quarterback Deondre Francois, who went 25-for-32 for 262 yards. "Now after the second game, we want to be starting fast from the jump, not getting behind but actually putting our foot on the gas pedal and going."It took FSU nearly six minutes to get on the board with a 36-yard touchdown pass from Francois to Rudolph, but after that, the scores seemed to come easier and easier. Francois hit Rudolph seven times for 105 yards in the first half, including another touchdown later in the first quarter on a 21-yard reception that capped a 53-second drive. Just before the first quarter ended, Jesus "Bobo" Wilson scored even faster, returning a punt 89 yards for a touchdown — the third-longest punt return for a score in program history, and the first since 2012. As Francois led an effective passing game before the break, Dalvin Cook had a quiet half. He rushed for 37 yards and a 1-yard score, his first of the season after an underwhelming performance against the Rebels. But after halftime, Cook, who set FSU's single-season rushing record last season, showed signs of his old self, rushing 37 yards across the field for the first touchdown of the second half."It was good to see him get back in that groove," Fisher said of Cook, who finished with 83 yards and two scores. "Sometimes, everybody in the world takes those things for granted. People don't make those (runs) all the time. I mean, he does, and I think he will when he gets going."For the rest of the second half Fisher used the large lead to give his younger players a chance to shine, though not before defensive back Derwin James left the game with a knee injury. Fisher said there was no update on James' condition after the game, but teammates seemed positive that he would make a quick return. Charleston Southern's only scores came on a 57-yard touchdown pass in the first half — former Wiregrass Ranch quarterback Shane Bucenell had three touchdowns for the Buccaneers (1-2) last week but was injured in the game and did not play against FSU — and a safety in the third quarter.For the Seminoles, Wharton High alumnus Auden Tate caught a 1-yard touchdown pass from Francois in the third quarter to push the score to 49-6. It was the sophomore's first career reception, but Tate is hopeful it's the first of many."It was perfect, he just threw it up there," Tate said of the pass from Francois, his roommate. "It felt good because, you know, it's your first one, get that out of the way. Now it's just working on it every week."