The Reservation - Seminoles Football 2015

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    The Reservation - Seminoles Football 2015

    #21 FSU 42
    UCLA 38

    The game was a seesaw battle the whole way. Neither defense showed up. The first big momentum swing occurred late in the second quarter, with UCLA leading 17-14. FSU So QB Kenny Pitts, making his first career start, underthrew an open WR on playaction that was intercepted. UCLA would cash in a couple plays later with a TD to take a 24-14 lead. That score would hold until halftime.

    FSU received the ball to start the second half and went on a long TD drive. UCLA was able to answer with a TD on their ensuing possession for a 31-21 lead going into the 4th quarter. FSU would score on the next possession, to go down 31-28. On UCLA's next possession, FSU's defense would hold for a 3 and out. FSU marched down the field behind the tough running of Sr Kevin Vaughn for a TD and their first lead of the day, 35-31 with a little over a minute left. UCLA went down the field in 2 or 3 plays and scored, leaving 45 seconds left. FSU did not have much of a return and started the final drive deep in their own territory. Pitts threw for a first down and mixed in a couple incompletions to move the ball to the FSU 32 with only 12 seconds remaining. The Seminoles lined up in a 4 WR set, with both outside receivers running 9 routes. The UCLA defense appeared to be in a cover 1 or a cover 2 where the right safety covered the middle of the field. Pitts saw the 1 on 1 coverage and threw the bomb to Sr WR Michael Carey for an improbable TD. I will post the play on Masler's highlight thread. The FSU defense would register a sack on the final play.

    Statistics

    -So QB Kenny Pitts 18-25 272 3 TD 1 INT
    -Sr HB Kevin Vaughn 16-133 3 TD
    -Jr HB Patrick Richards 9-43
    -Sr TE Jerald Koch 6-83
    -Sr WR Michael Carey 4-97 1 TD
    -Jr WR Ken Hicks 2-46 1 TD
    -Sr OLB Kevin Gibbons 5 tackles
    -Jr OLB Kris Jones 4 tackles
    -So DT Adrian Daniels 4 tackles 1 sack

    -UCLA 337 total yards. 17 rushes 57 yards 1 TD. 16 of 23 passing 280 yards 4 TD 0 INT.
    -FSU 444 total yards. 29 rushes 172 yards 3 TD. 18 of 25 passing 272 yards 3 TD 1 INT.
    -UCLA was 5 of 7 on 3rd down.
    -FSU was 5 of 6 on 3rd down.
    -There was only 1 turnover in the game.
     
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    #19 FSU 35
    Boston College 28

    The game started off with the FSU defense not being able to get the BC offense on the field. Multiple secondary breakdowns led to BC gaining over 200 yards in the first half. FSU's offense was rolling. BC's defensive coordinator looked over the tapes from the FSU / UCLA game two weeks ago and decided to try to put extra men in the box to stop the run. Soph QB Kenny Pitts was able to throw over top of man coverage for a couple big plays, taking the top off the defense. Once BC's DBs were at normal depth, Sr HB Kevin Vaughn went to work behind the improved offensive line. FSU led at the half 21-14.

    FSU received the ball to start the second half and promptly went down and scored. The FSU defense would play strong in the 3rd quarter, holding BC to their own side of the field on the first 2 possessions and forcing punts. FSU added another TD early in the 4th quarter to take a 35-14 lead. Then, things got crazy. The Eagles went 75 yards in 5 plays on the ensuing possession and then recovered an onside kick. On the second play after the recovery, BC had a 60 yard TD throw and catch BC's 60 yard TD to cut the lead to 7. With 2 1/2 minutes left, BC elected to kick the ball deep. They would not see the ball again, as FSU methodically moved the ball down the field.

    Statistics

    -So QB Kenny Pitts 15-18 255 1 TD 0 INT
    -Sr HB Kevin Vaughn 24-118 4 TD
    -Jr HB Patrick Richards 5-66
    -Sr TE Jerald Koch 5-85
    -Sr WR Michael Carey 3-78 1 TD
    -Sr CB Donnie Walker 8 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 Sack
    -So SS Brandon Hogan 8 tackles
    -Sr CB Blake Peoples 7 tackles
    -Sr OLB Kevin Gibbons 4 tackles, 1 sack
    -Jr OLB Kris Jones 3 tackles, 2 sacks

    -FSU 426 total yards. 32 rushes 171 yards 4 TD. 15-18 passing 255 yards 1 TD 0 INT.
    -BC 408 total yards. 20 rushes 67 yards 1 TD. 20-32 passing 341 yards 3 TD 0 INT.
    -BC was only 2 of 10 on 3rd down, but converted 3-4 on 4th down.
     
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    #5 Miami 21
    #15 FSU 28

    The fans in Tallahassee willed the Noles to a victory over a game Miami squad. The game was close throughout, but Miami lost the turnover battle 3-1. Besides the turnovers, the stats were pretty even, with Miami outgaining FSU 336 to 320 for the game. Barring another matchup in the ACC championship game, bravejaf wins 2 of 3 in the rivalry game over the past 3 seasons.

    Statistics
    -So QB Kenny Pitts 17-20 203 yards 1 TD 1 INT
    -Sr HB Kevin Vaughn 23-90 3 TD
    -Jr HB Patrick Richards 4-27
    -Sr TE Jerald Koch 8-111 1 TD
    -Jr WR Ken Hicks 6-79
    -Jr ILB Thad Doyle 7 tackles 2 TFL
    -Sr FS Nate Robinson 7 tackles INT
    -Sr ILB Tyler Clemens 6 tackles Sack
    -So SS Brandon Hogan 6 tackles 1 TFL
    -Sr CB Blake Peoples 6 tackles INT

    -Miami 336 total yards. 25 carries 141 yards 1 TD. 13-20 passing 194 yards 2 TD 3 INT.
    -FSU 320 total yards. 29 carries 117 yards 3 TD. 17-20 passing 203 yards 1 TD 1 INT.
    -Miami 3-5 on 3rd down.
    -FSU 6-9 on 3rd down.
     
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    #8 Florida State 23
    Wake Forest 13

    The Seminoles earn a hard fought victory against Wake Forest in Winston-Salem to move to 5-0. The Seminoles defense was smothering most of the game, holding Wake to only 224 total yards and 45 rushing yards, while registering 4 sacks. FSU's offense moved the ball methodically down the field on the legs of Sr HB Kevin Vaughn. The receiving corps dropped some big balls, which led to stalled drives. Starting WR Michael Carey will be out 2 more weeks.

    Statistics
    -So QB Kenny Pitts 9-20 132 yards 1 INT
    -Sr HB Kevin Vaughn 23 - 116 2 TD
    -Jr HB Patrick Richards 7 - 31
    -Sr TE Jerald Koch 5 - 74
    -Fr WR Brandon Booker 2 - 40
    -Jr ILB Thad Doyle 8 tackles
    -Jr OLB Kris Jones 7 tackles Sack
    -So FS Marques Rawls 6 tackles TFL
    -So SS Brandon Hogan 6 tackles Sack
    -Fr DE Eddie Leak 2 Sacks
    -Jr K Erik Long 3-3 FG 45 yard long

    -FSU 261 total yards. 33 carries 129 yards 2 TD. 9-20 passing 132 yards INT.
    -Wake 224 total yards. 23 carries 45 yards 1 TD. 16-24 passing 179 yards INT.
     
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    #3 FSU 24
    #11 Virginia 21

    Florida State wins the battle for the Jefferson-Epps trophy in dramatic fashion. The Seminoles were able to move the ball down to the Virginia 5, with 4 seconds left to play in the game. Junior kicker Erik Long blasted a ball straight through the uprights for the win. "I had to make up for the pull-hook wounded duck I kicked in the 2nd quarter. I felt good over this kick, it wasn't much more than an extra point." - Long said. Once again, the player of the game was Heisman Candidate, Sr HB Kevin Vaughn, who carried 24 times for 110 yards and 1 TD. FSU was down 21-14 to start the 4th quarter, but both sides of the ball for FSU played well in the final frame.

    Statistics
    -So QB Kenny Pitts 14-27 172 2 TD 3 INT
    -Sr HB Kevin Vaughn 24-110 1 TD
    -Jr HB Patrick Richards 5-18
    -So WR Ben Rodgers 3-57 1 TD
    -Jr WR Ken Hicks 2-52
    -Fr WR Brandon Booker 1-7 1 TD
    -So FS Marques Rawls 9 tackles 2 TFL
    -So FS Cedric Hill 4 tackles sack
    -Sr CB Donnie Walker 3 tackles INT

    -FSU 297 total yards. 34 rushes 125 yards 1 TD. 14-27 passing 172 yards 2 TD 3 INT.
    -UVA 232 total yards. 17 rushes 118 yards 1 TD. 13-20 passing 114 yards 1 TD 1 INT.
     
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    Maryland 44
    #3 FSU 20

    This was a frustrating game to play. The computer was in God mode the entire game - registering 15 broken tackles and 20+ pancakes. The computer also made my receivers drop 12 balls. I was planning on putting together a bloopers reel, but I forgot to save some highlights before I exited the game. The lone bright spot of the game was a 94 yard kick return for a TD by Fr HB Garrett Butler to tie the game at 14. Sr HB Kevin Vaughn ended his Heisman candidacy by rushing 9 times for 38 yards and 1 TD.

    Statistics
    -So QB Kenny Pitts 15-36 227 1 TD 1 INT
    -Sr HB Kevin Vaughn 9-38 1 TD
    -So WR Ben Rodgers 4-63 3 drops
    -Sr TE Jerald Koch 3-52 1 TD
    -Sr FS Nate Robinson 7 tackles
    -Sr CB Donnie Walker 7 tackles
    -So SS Brandon Hogan 6 tackles
    -Fr DE Eddie Leak 4 tackles 2 TFL Sack
    -Jr K Erik Long 0-1 FG, missed XP

    -Maryland 477 total yards. 23 rushes 179 yards 4 TD. 24-36 passing 298 yards 2 TD 1 INT.
    -FSU 256 total yards. 17 rushes 29 yards 1 TD. 15-36 passing 227 yards 1 TD 1 INT.
    -FSU 2-12 on 3rd down with multiple drops.
     
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    NC St 14
    #10 FSU 38

    Florida State donned the black jerseys in front of a capacity crowd at the Doak. The game was tight in first half, tied 14-14 at one point in the second quarter. FSU would use a balanced attack on offense and a ball-hawking defense to end the game on a 24-point run. The bomb squad even got to play in the 4th quarter, with the second D creating a turnover. Third team HB So Anthony Smith looked good on 9 carries and may get some looks at the #2 HB spot.

    Statistics
    -So QB Kenny Pitts 22-28 310 3 TD 0 INT
    -Sr HB Kevin Vaughn 19-69 2 TD
    -So HB Anthony Smith 8-34
    -Sr TE Jerald Koch 9-99 2 TD
    -Jr WR Ken Hicks 4-137
    -Jr ILB Thad Doyle 7 tackles TFL INT
    -Jr OLB Kris Jones 4 tackles
    -Jr K Erik Long 1-3 FG

    -NCSU 193 yards. 14 rushes 75 yards TD. 11-25 passing 118 yards 1 TD 3 INT.
    -FSU 444 yards. 35 rushes 134 yards 2 TD. 22-28 passing 310 yards 3 TD 0 INT.
     
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    #9 FSU 30
    Clemson 8

    FSU started off the game with a tough balanced attack, building a 17-0 lead at the half. In the second half, the FSU offense attempted to take the air out of the ball, but Sr HB Kevin Vaughn was injured for 4 weeks, in the process. The defense played well all game, holding Clemson to 0 for 4 on 4th down.

    Statistics
    -So QB Kenny Pitts 15-19 153 yards
    -Sr HB Kevin Vaughn 11-70 2 TD
    -Jr HB Patrick Richards 13-51 1 TD
    -Sr TE Jerald Koch 6-74
    -So FS Marques Rawls 7 tackles
    -Jr ILB Thad Doyle 6 tackles
    -Sr OLB Tyler Clemens 5 tackles sack

    -FSU 296 yards. 32 rushes 143 yards 3 TD. 15-19 passing 153 yards.
    -Clemson 272 yards. 17 rushes 41 yards. 20-29 231 yards TD INT.
    -Clemson 0-4 on 4th down.
     
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    #7 FSU 51
    Western Kentucky 12

    Florida State created a fumble on the opening kickoff and returned it for a TD. The FSU defense would play strongly the entire game. They allowed less than 100 yards and no points in the first 3 quarters before the second defense allowed 2 late TDs. The offense performed admirably, missing its two biggest threats HB Kevin Vaughn and WR Michael Carey. FSU has tough user games coming up against Texas Tech and OSU, and a date in the ACC Championship Game against the Miami / Virginia winner.

    Statistics

    -So QB Kenny Pitts 14-24 196 yards 1 TD
    -So RB Anthony Smith 17-83 1 TD
    -Jr RB Patrick Richards 14-67 2 TD
    -Sr TE Jerald Koch 9-101
    -Jr WR Ken Hicks 1-45 1 TD
    -Sr SS Willie Kiniry 5 tackles INT
    -So ILB Jason Sutton 5 tackles Fum Rec TD
    -So FS Cedric Hill 2 tackles Fum Rec TD

    -FSU 385 total yards. 38 rushes 189 yards 4 TD. 14-24 passing 196 yards 1 TD 0 INT.
    -WKU 197 total yards. 16 rushes 126 yards 1 TD. 7-18 passing 71 yards 1 TD 2 INT.
     
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    #7 FSU 12
    Texas Tech 24

    Statistics
    -So QB Kenny Pitts 19-30 175 1 TD 1 INT (INT was desperation on last play)
    -So HB Anthony Smith 10-36
    -So WR Ben Rodgers 4-59
    -Jr ILB Thad Doyle 6 tackles
    -Sr FS Nate Robinson 5 tackles
    -So DT Adrian Daniels 3 tackles Sack

    -FSU 234 total yards. 18 rushes 59 yards. 19-30 passing 175 yards 1 TD 1 INT.
    -TTU 223 total yards. 19 rushes 46 yards. 16-24 passing for 177 yards 3 TD 0 INT.
     
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    **FSU - ACC Champions**

    #3 Miami 10
    #10 FSU 34

    Miami won the toss and chose to kickoff and the Noles were able to move the ball downfield with a balanced attack to get the crowd into the game. The FSU defense would then create their first turnover of the day, an INT by Jr OLB Kris Jones. On the ensuing possession, So QB Kenny Potts hit Sr WR Michael Carey off playaction for a TD and a 14-point lead in the first quarter. Miami would score on its next possession and FSU would kick a FG on its next possession to go up 17-7. The two teams traded FGs to end the half, with FSU up 20-10.

    FSU would make a defensive stop on the first Miami possession of the second half and went down to score and take a 27-10 lead. After that, both teams became one-dimensional and only one more score occurred.

    Statistics

    -So QB Kenny Pitts 17-21 235 3 TD 0 turnovers.
    -Sr HB Kevin Vaughn 21-105 1 TD
    -Sr TE Jerald Koch 5-60
    -Sr WR Michael Carey 4-37 1 TD
    -Jr WR Ken Hicks 3-84
    -So TE Tyler White 2-8 2 TD
    -Sr OLB Tyler Clemens 6 tackles
    -So FS Marques Rawls 5 tackles 2 TFL Sack
    -So SS Brandon Hogan 5 tackles INT
    -Jr K Erik Long 2-2 FG

    -Miami 178 total yards. 19 rushes 88 yards. 7-15 passing 90 yards 1 TD 2 INT.
    -FSU 383 total yards. 33 rushes 148 yards TD. 17-21 passing 235 yards 3 TD.
     
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    **Orange Bowl**
    #5 Florida State 21
    #6 LSU 12

    Florida State wins the conference championship and the Orange Bowl to close out a 12-2 season. It is unfortunate that this dynasty is ending, as I have a ton of talent returning, including Soph QB Kenny Pitts who threw for 2900 yards this season with 21 TD against 10 INT. Sr HB Kevin Vaughn ends the season with 997 yards with 22 TDs. The 3 games he missed because of injury kept him short of the 1,000 yard mark, but he now owns the single season rushing TD record at FSU. Sr TE Jerald Koch paced the receivers with 77 receptions for 1,015 yards and 6 TD.

    Statistics
    -So QB Kenny Pitts 10-13 105 yards 1 TD
    -Sr HB Kevin Vaughn 22 - 109 2 TD
    -Jr HB Richards 5-41
    -So WR Ross Allen 4-60 1 TD
    -Sr TE Jerald Koch 4-51
    -Jr ILB Thad Doyle 8 tackles 1 TFL
    -So FS Marques Rawls 6 tackles 1 TFL
    -So SS Brandon Hogan 5 tackles

    -FSU 253 total yards. 33 rushes 116 yards 2 TD. 12-15 passing 137 yards 1 TD.
    -LSU 282 total yards. 18 rushes 63 yards. 18-25 passing 219 yards 2 TD 2 INT.
     
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    Final Statistics
    -So QB Kenny Pitts 220-353 2900 yards 21 TD 10 INT
    -Sr HB Kevin Vaughn 209 rushes 997 yards 22 TD
    -Sr TE Jerald Koch 77 catches 1,015 yards 6 TD
    -Jr WR Ken Hicks 32 catches 695 yards 2 TD
    -Sr FS Nate Robinson 7 INT
    -Jr ILB Thad Doyle 73 tackles
    -Fr DE Eddie Leak 6 sacks
    -So DT Adrian Daniels 6 sacks
    -Jr K Erik Long 15-21 FG
     
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    Congratulations, that was a pretty good season.
     

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