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In a football game where Florida State came from behind to beat Florida, the Seminoles' defense put on a spectacular display with six sacks and 11 tackles for a loss. Despite relying on backup quarterback Max Brown, the Gators managed to score only three points in their last eight possessions, resulting in five punts, a missed field goal, and an interception. While the Seminoles' offense struggled with a season-low in yardage and points, they demonstrated their ability to win with a dominant defense.
Florida began the game with strong field position on two of their opening three drives, resulting in two successful scores in FSU's area. However, Florida was unable to continue their positive performance and only managed to pick up three more first downs in the second half of the game. Jared Verse of Florida State was instrumental in driving their offense and managed 2.5 sacks, demonstrating that the Seminoles' defense should not be underestimated.
The final score was 24-15 in favor of Florida State, who remain in the playoff hunt. The Gators, on the other hand, squandered a 12-point lead and missed an opportunity to improve their postseason prospects.