FSU clobbers Delaware State in bad season

by Gary Shelton on November 19, 2017 · 0 comments

in general

Sunday, 1 p.m.

Before you ask: No, FSU can't go back and add points to its loss to Miami.

Or Clemson. Or N.C. State.

Still, sometimes a win can be a balm. It was that way Saturday when FSU beat Delaware State (who?), 77-6. FSU scored 56 in the first half, and quarters were shortened to 10 minutes afterward.

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"We dominated the game the way we should’ve dominated the game,” Fisher said. “We went out and played, and there’s something to that.”

Delaware State had just 15 yards rushing on 24 carries. FSU had 246 yards rushing by eight different ballcarriers.

James Blackman had three touchdown passes.

The Seminoles need to beat Florida and Louisiana-Monroe to extend their bowl streak to 36 straight seasons.

It’s going to be a tough task. We’re going to have our hands full, and they’re going to be two teams trying to not be the team that allows us to do it,” Fisher said. “We’re going to have to play two great games.”

FSU plays against Florida in Gainesville Saturday at noon.

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