FSU’s Cook limps his way past the Hurricanes

by Gary Shelton on October 11, 2015 · 0 comments

in College Sports in Florida, Florida, Florida State University, general, Miami

Sunday, 12:35 a.m.

Turns out, one leg is plenty for Dalvin Cook.

Two would just be running up the score.

Cook, questioned all week because the health of his left leg, passed all tests Saturday night as he ran past the University of Miami. The Seminoles sputtered at times, and they trailed in the fourth period, but they played well enough for a 29-24 victory.

Cook ran for 222 yards and scored three times -- a 72-yard run, a 36-yard reception and the winning score, a 23-yard run. At one point, he slowed as if he felt a twinge, but it was evidently just cramps.

Everett Golson hit 25 of 33 passes -- including his first nine -- for 291 yards.

Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya was almost equal to them both. Kaaya hit 29 of 49

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