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The Seminoles have destroyed teams in 2013. The same will be true for 2014.
The Seminoles have won every game on average by at least two scores. The Tigers will already have a tough test scoring on the Seminoles third-ranked defense, but keeping them from scoring will definitely be a problem.
Florida State has yet to score less than 37 points in any game this season. It will be interesting to see what type of game it becomes. Auburn is an SEC team that has defeated some tough teams to get where it is. I wouldn't expect it to be a blowout.
The Seminoles destroyed teams, on average, by about 42 points per game. As arguably toughest defense in the NCAA, Florida State only gave up more than 17 points once in a 48-34 victory against Boston College.
Winston and the Seminoles are trying to become the first team to go undefeated while winning the national championship since the 1995 Nebraska Cornhuskers, who were arguably the best team in college football history. That team beat Florida 62-24 for the national title while averaging a 38.7 point margin in victory.
I'm not predicting a 60-point performance from the Seminoles, but history shows that a team who is dominant on both sides of the ball will have an easy time getting the job done.