36-26 'Noles After routing Duke in week 3 to open the conference schedule, FSU had to face one of the toughest opponents in the ACC on the road in UNC. Both teams came out with their A-game on offense early and it was quickly 14-14. UNC took a 3pt lead into the half after Jameis Winston made a bad decision and threw a pick in the endzone with under 5 seconds to play in the half. FSU wasted another opportunity early in the second half when kicker, Robert Aguayo clanked one off of the right upright from about 35 yards out. However, the Seminole defense rose to the occasion and gave FSU's offense enough opportunities to win the game in the end. This is the type of game that we lost last season, so it felt good to pull-out a tough road win. Winston was efficient again, and had good control of the offense in key situations. The kid has amazing talent but in our offense that relies heavily on the run-game, he will rarely put up jaw-dropping numbers. Devonta Freeman was the workhorse on the road, totaling 163 yards and 1 TD on 32 carries. On the defensive side, Karlos Williams and Nigel Terrell were flying around all day making plays, each finishing with 7 tackles on the day. The defense only allowed 2.4 yards per carry and a total of 43 yards rushing by the Tarheels. Next week we will look to maintain our momentum against Wake Forest in Winston Salem, NC.