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TALLAHASSEE – Florida State couldn’t have asked for a better start.

It could have done without the middle.

But it made the ending that much sweeter.

The Seminoles saw a 17-0 first half lead slip away and trailed by eight early in the fourth quarter before rallying for a dramatic 31-28 victory over the rival Miami Hurricanes in front of an announced crowd of 71,917 at Doak Campbell Stadium on Saturday.

The victory snapped the Hurricanes’ three-game winning streak overall, their four-game winning streak in the longtime in-state rivalry, and ended Miami’s hopes of winning the ACC’s Coastal division. And it came a year after FSU suffered an embarrassing 52-10 defeat against the Hurricanes in which Miami scored the most points either team had all-time in the series.

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Three takeaways from the game

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