FSU Football: Best Photos From ‘Noles 45-7 Win Over BC
FSU football moved to 7-3 with its impressive 45-7 win over Boston College Friday night. Check out the best photos from the win.
FSU football simply had too much talent for Boston College to handle on Friday night. That hold true for every year, but this is one of the few times FSU left no doubt about who was the better team.
Boston College came into the game with one of the worst offenses in college football, but a better than average defense.
However, the Boston College defense was no match for the passing attack of Deondre Francois and his gang of receivers.
The FSU defense didn’t give up the touchdown until late, when the reserves were put in the game.
It was FSU’s most impressive win to date. Check out the best photos from the night.
It was like Jimbo felt sorry for Boston College head coach Steve Addazio for the whipping his boys gave them. However, Boston College games have been too close for comfort the past couple of years.
It was tough sledding for the Boston College offense who managed just 146 yards on 85 plays. That’s averaging less than two yards per play.
Outstanding. Also, this may have been the best game of Matthew Thomas’s career. He played with aggressiveness and laid the wood a couple of times.
FSU wide receiver Auden Tate had a career day with six receptions for 101 yards and two touchdowns. It was his first 100 yard receiving game.
I wouldn’t lie to you. Those ‘Noles were laying the wood Friday night.
FSU wide receiver Travis Rudolph got in the scoring act for the second game in a row. He finished the game with six receptions and 81 yards.
Even Sean Maguire got in on the scoring action on FSU Senior night. He came into the game and finished with 53 yards five of seven passing and two touchdowns.
He received a loud ovation from the FSU faithful in the crowd which was nice as well.
Dalvin Cook barely played in the second half, but still had over 100 yards rushing. He a few yards short of Warrick Dunn’s FSU all-time rushing record.
He’ll probably eclipse that mark in the FSU’s nest game against Syracuse.
All in all it was a great night at Doak Campbell Stadium. Stay tuned to Chop Chat for more news and analysis from the Boston College game.
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