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A new touchdown king crowned; Michigan, Notre Dame, FSU records broken

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Saturday’s college football action saw plenty of newsworthy accomplishments. While only three games featured ranked teams playing each other, unranked teams made spirited bids for upsets and produced heroic performances. An all-time NCAA record was established along with new records at two of college football’s most storied programs. Here are some of Saturday’s top accomplishments 307 – Rushing yards by Indiana against No. 14 Michigan in the Wolverines’ 48-41 double-overtime victory. Coming into the game, Michigan was the third-best defense…

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RB Dalvin Cook running down Florida State single-season mark

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Dalvin Cook met Warrick Dunn for the first time three weeks ago before Florida State’s game against Georgia Tech in Atlanta. The two are likely to talk again this weekend when Cook is expected to break the Seminoles’ single-season record. Cook goes into Saturday’s game against North Carolina State needing 12 yards to surpass Dunn’s mark of 1,242 yards in 1995. Dunn, who played 12 years in the NFL and turns 41 in January, will be at the game. “He…

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No. 11 Florida State not flashy but just keep winning

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Florida State doesn’t have the flashy offense of two years ago, when the Seminoles averaged 51.6 points en route to their third national championship. They also aren’t the Cardiac Seminoles of a season ago, where they won six games in the fourth quarter. But the one thing this year’s Florida State team has in common is it keeps winning. Saturday’s 29-24 win over Miami extended the Seminoles regular-season win streak to 32 and marked their 27th straight in Atlantic Coast…

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FSU gets a kick (or two) out of Cason Beatty

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When the punter is awarded the game ball, your team either lost or struggled on offense, or both. Fortunately for Florida State, only one of the above was true as they managed to escape Alumni Stadium and the Boston College Eagles, 14-0. Teams normally celebrate when they gain yardage through the air in large chunks. The high-fives are lowered a bit when the player putting the ball in the air is the punter. Cason Beatty, FSU’s punter, quite simply had…

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