FSU 31, No. 5 North Carolina 7; Third quarter

Talahasi – State of Florida Host number 5 North Carolina Saturday at 7:49 p.m., from Dok S. Campbell Stadium in Falahsi, Falah. The game between Seminoles (1-3, 0-3 ACC) and Tar Hills (3-0, 3-0 ACC) will be shown. Nationally on ABC. For more on how to watch, stream or listen, click Here.

Saturday marks the third home game of the FSU season. They are 1-1 with a loss Georgia Tech And victory over Jacksonville State In a daze. Tar Hills is on the road for only the second time this season, winning Boston College October to open October.

It marks the second week in a row that the Seminoles are playing a team within the top 5. Last week, when the FSU lost Notre Dame, Fighting ranks 5th in the Irish nation. This week, Tar Heels claims the spot. This is only the second time in program history that the FSU will face a top-5 opponent for consecutive weeks. The only other time FSU played top-5 opponents for the second week in a row was in 1980 when Seminoles played at No. 3. Nebraska Hosted No. 4 on and after Oct. 4 Pitt Oct. 11. Also, in 1991 FSU hosted No. 2 Miami After the open date played on November 16 and then at No.5 Florida 30 Nov.

FSU leads 15-2-1 in the all-time series against Tar Hills, but has lost both straight games in Tallahassee (2010, 2016). FSU is 7-2-1 overall in Tallahassee against North Carolina.

The Seminoles are hosting North Carolina for the third time in a row in the series. FSU is only the seventh team in ACC history to play three home games directly against a conference opponent. Clemson hosts Wake Forest every year from 1983 to 1985 for the first time.

It marks the head coach of the FSU Mike NorwellFirst seat against North Carolina. North Carolina head coach Mac Brown, Who is enjoying his second duty trip to Chapel Hill, is looking for his first win against the Seminoles. Brown is 0-9 all-time against his Alma Mater, including 0-6 against the Seminoles in North Carolina.

Third quarter

12:02 – Kicker Ryan Fitzgerald The 33-yard field goal miss missed. It ruined a drive that included a career-long 54-yard rush to run backwards. La’Damien Webb.


FSU leads No. 5 North Carolina, 31-7, at half.

The first part was dominated by seminals. They did it with big plays, hitting four by air for a combined 166 yards and another five on the ground for 75 yards. That’s 86% of FSU’s first half production.

Quarterback Jordan Travis 6-for-13, but has 182 pass yards and a passing touchdown. He is also the FSU’s leading runner with a pair of nine carry and touchdowns (23, 1) of 68 yards.

Travis hit several big passes. He is connected Kish haw na halton Twice for 43 yards, including a 39-yard reception. Ntantaria Wilson (58 yards), Preston Daniel (Y 36 yards), Warren Thompson (33 yards) and Cameron McDonald (12-yard touchdown) Everyone had a reception.

North Carolina put up 241 yards in the opening part, including 150 rushing yards. Despite that success, the FSU’s defense responded several times, including a large fourth-down stand. Seminole also blocked a pair of pats, one of which led to the first touch on the next game.

Tar heels quarterback Sam Howell There are 9-for-15 for 91 passing yards and interception. Disruption was recorded by the FSU defensive end Joshua Candoh Who got in between Howell and his intended receiver, the ball bounced out of the air and bounced back 25 yards for a touchdown.

18,016 is the official attendance.

Second quarter

0:17 – FSU replies right back. Quarterback Jordan Travis Run a 1 minute exercise with precision and great decisions. A full 33-yard pass for a wide receiver Warren Thompson Sets a 12-yard touchdown pass to the tight end Cameron McDonald. FSU goes 75 yards in five plays and in just 45 seconds to take a 31-7 lead before half.

1:02 – Comes on board North Carolina while running back Javante Williams Scores out the yard. It ended with an 8-play, 75-yard drive that takes 1:44.

1:16 – Defensive solution Corey Durden North Carolina was asked to make a goal on the quarterback Sam Howell. He was disqualified from the game for the hit, which arose after review.

2:46 – Defensive end Joshua Candoh Meets between North Carolina quarterbacks Sam Howell And its purpose creates a distraction in the direction of the receiver and it returns 25 yards for a touchdown. FSU is leading 24-0.

3:29 – FSU completes a 9-play, 75-yard drive that takes 3:38 with a 1-yard touchdown driven by quarterback Jordan Travis. The key play was the completion of 39-yards from Travis to the wide receiver Kish haw na halton.

7:07 – North Carolina goes for it on the 4th and 1st, but is stopped by a pack of seminars led by linebackers Our gainer And Emmett Rice.

12:59 – FSU will have to settle for a 24-yard field goal by kicker Ryan Fitzgerald, To take a 10-0 lead. Seminole completed an 8-play, 91-yard drive that took 2:57.

14:50 – After a wrong start by a tight end Cameron McDonald, 58-yard pass from FSU’s first offensive quick quarterback in second quarter Jordan Travis For a wide receiver Ntantaria Wilson. That was Wilson’s career long welcome.

First trimester

0:00 – FSU ends early quarter with a 36-yard pop-up pass from quarterback Jordan Travis Tight end Preston Daniel. That was the first welcome of his career for Daniel. FSU finished the quarter with 69 offensive yards, but more importantly a 7-0 lead.

0:56 – FSU pushes a punt and will start from a very long field. They stopped a drive to North Carolina while taking defensive action Corey Durden And linebacker DJ Lundy Combined for North Carolina quarterback sacks Sam Howell. It was an eight-yard loss in third place.

5:32 – FSU can’t do anything with blocked punt. Seminoles go 3-in-and-out and have to be punctured.

7:06 – UNCA has to admit again. It is blocked again. Defensive solution at this time Marvin Wilson Got his hand on it. The FSU will start with a 29-yard line.

10:23 – Pont after FSU 3 and out.

11:25 – North Carolina’s second possession ends with a punt after an in-and-out.

12:40 – FSU immediately converts their short field position into a 23-yard touchdown run from quarterback Jordan Travis On the first offensive snap of the game. The Seminoles have a 7-0 lead. Highlight Here.

12:47 – FSU pushes the punt. It is blocked by running backwards Jackie Douglas And and returned 18 yards in a line of 23 yards by the linebacker Declon Brooks.

15:00 – FSU leaves for North Carolina

Expected initial lineups

Here are the announced lineups. They will be updated on kickoff:

Defense: D.E. Joshua Candoh, D.T. Marvin Wilson, D.T. Robert Cooper, DE Genius Robinson, Lb Emmett Rice, Lb Stephen Dix Jr., Db Jarvis Brownley, CB Akim Dent, S Reynold Green, S Jayden Lars-Woodbe, CB Asante Samuel Jr.

Notes: That’s the first start of a career for Dix Jr. and Brownlee.

Offense: QB Jordan Travis, RB La’Damien Web, RB Jason Corbyn, WR Ntantaria Wilson, WR Warren Thompson, T.E. Cameron McDonald, LT Devonte Love-Taylor, L.G. Donta Lucas, C Maurice Smith, R.G. Bevan Johnson, Rt Robert Scott Jr.

Experts: That Ryan Fitzgerald, P Alex Mastromanno, L.S. Garrett Murray, L.S. Grant Glennon, H Tommy Martin

More Pregame notes

– The game will start at 7:49 pm, it’s an update time.

– Outfitters include: WR Tamorian Terry, T. Jordan Wilson, OL Zen herring, D.L. TJ Davis, D.L. Jarrett Jackson, D.T. Fabian Lovett, D.T. True Thompson, CB Jarian Jones, Db Carlos Baker, Db Demori Tate, S Hamsah Nasiraldin (They were all spotted)

– The first team’s offensive line, from left to right, is expected Devonte Love-Taylor, Donta Lucas, Maurice Smith, Bevan Johnson And Robert Scott Jr.

– Linebacker Stephen Dix Jr. Looks like there’s no start Leonard Warner On the middle linebacker.

– Defensive solution Dennis Briggs Dressed out and warmed up. He made the selection earlier this season, but now he seems to be back on the team.

– Defensive solution True Thompson Not hot It is not expected to be available in the evening.

– Defensive back Travis Jay, Who has missed the last two games, is dressed and warmed up.

– Defensive back Jarian Jones Not seen during warm-ups.

– Safety Hamsah Nasiraldin Not ready for tonight’s game.

– A flip chart change on a depth chart is a wide receiver Jordan Young Has changed Tamorian Terry depth is on the depth chart and simultaneously or in the situation Warren Thompson And Cantron poetry.

– Speaking of Terry, he was on the very first side of the game using a crutch.

– Before the pre-game warm-ups, the expectation is that the FSU will go along the same offensive line they prefer. Notre Dame. Offensive solution Darius Washington Obstructed by injury. Washington is dressed and available in the evenings.

– The head referee is Duane Head.

– FSU wearing their traditional garnet and gold uniforms.

– Included in the NFL teams presented in the evening Chicago Bears, Atlanta Falcons, San Francisco 49ers And Jacksonville Jaguars. Reese’s Senior Bowl is also featured.

Preview notes

– Quarterback Jordan Travis, Which became a bandwagon against Notre Dame last week, says it is good to go and 100%.

– Fellow quarterback Chubba Purdi Expected to be available today. If he lands on the field he will start with the seminals.

– FSU will be without starting a huge receiver Tamorian Terry, Who underwent knee surgery this week. The surgery was successful. Now the question is who will step in for FSU by tying Terry to the side?

– It remains to be seen if he is on the defensive back Hamsah Nasiraldin Will start today or if the fellow defensive back Travis Jay May return from injury. Also, we’ll look at it to see what other player is watching, whether it’s available in the preview or not. Darius Washington, Who missed last week due to injury. FSU’s depth depth chart for today’s game, starting Monday, can be found here.

– Another story to keep an eye on the bias is if the FSU takes any action on defense to shake up the situation and try to bring better results, as they have been terrifying on that side of the ball during their first four games of the season.

– FSU’s Uplifting Athletes chapter has a touchdown drive today. For more details on it, click here.

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