Florida State's offense was shaky - at best - during the first half of Saturday's game against Louisville, especially with star running back Dalvin Cook limited due to a hamstring issue. But it didn't take long for the Seminoles to make a splash during the opening drive of the second half.
Trailing 6-7, Cook carrid the ball up the right sideline 54 yards, shedding tackles in the process, and into the the end zone to give FSU the 13-7 lead.
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Louisville answered, scoring a touchdown of its own on the very next drive to recapture the lead, 14-13. You can still catch the game live on ESPN.