On Saturday afternoon into Saturday evening, the No. 21 ranked Clemson Tigers took on the No. 11 ranked Florida Seminoles.
The game promised fireworks, and it certainly delivered, with the two ACC rivals combining for 65 points. Both quarterbacks threw for over 300 yards and three touchdowns, and the game came down to a drive within the final two minutes by Florida State.
On 4th-and-9, Seminoles quarterback Clint Trickett got obliterated on a sack by Rennie Moore. Clemson proved they are the real deal, with back-to-back wins over Auburn and Florida State.
While Clemson proved they are a force to be reckoned with, what does this loss say about Florida State?
Let's take a look inside for five things we learned about the Seminoles.