How to deflate a team

An incredible one-foot-down catch by Rashad Greene in the end zone gave Florida State a 14-3 practically as the first half was expiring.

This has been a brutal game so far. Florida State has put maximum security on Jordan Lynch and his longest run is of five yards. He's gotten a couple passes but so far the offensive is lacking in rhythm and both offensive and defensive lines are barely holding their own.

Florida State has made mistakes. But that last touchdown really deflated the team. It at least deflated me. The Seminoles get the ball back in the second half, giving that defense plenty of time to rest. They've had to defense 42 plays so far.

It feels over, but it's not. Let's see what they do in the second half.

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