Florida State has dominated its first two video games of the season and has risen to No. 3 within the School Soccer Playoff rankings.
However the Seminoles needed to fend off a rally by Boston School on Saturday to stay undefeated.
Within the first Atlantic Coast Convention recreation of the season for FSU and Boston School, the Eagles jumped out to an early lead with a 75-yard drive.
However Florida State managed to construct a 21-point lead with 4 unanswered touchdowns en path to a 31-29 victory regardless of a second half full of poor execution.
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Boston School set a college file for penalties, missed an additional level, went for 2 after one other down and failed and selected to not kick a subject aim from the Seminole 5-yard line when trailing by 15 factors early within the fourth quarter.
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However the Eagles nonetheless trailed by simply two factors with the ball within the ultimate three minutes earlier than Calen DeLoach sacked Thomas Castellanos on third right down to cease BC’s ultimate possession.
The Eagles ought to have gotten the ball again with a couple of minute left within the recreation after stopping Florida State on third down, however they had been referred to as for a facemask, their 18th penalty of the sport.
Jordan Travis threw for 212 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 38 yards for the Seminoles.
FSU gained its ninth straight recreation however had its first shut name of the season. Followers inside Boston School’s middle subject chanted “overrated” because the Seminoles made their option to the locker room.
Florida State will face one other ACC opponent subsequent week after they journey to Clemson. A win over the Tigers would preserve Florida State alive within the School Soccer Playoff race.
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The Eagles will attempt to safe their second win after they face Louisville on September 23.
The Related Press contributed to this report.