Florida State Kos Upstart N. Carolina with Big Second Half

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Florida State Kos Upstart N. Carolina with Big Second Half


The, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


Top-ranked Florida State finally looked beatable Saturday night, but only for a half.

Charlie Ward's 33-yard TD pass to Kevin Knox and Derrick Brooks' 49-yard interception return in the third quarter broke open a close game and helped the Seminoles beat No. 13 North Carolina 33-7.

"We really turned it on after halftime," Florida State coach Bobby Bowden said. "We passed a good test tonight. The game was closer than the score indicated."

"You don't win a national championship unless you play great defense, and our defense played that brand of football tonight," Bowden said.

Florida State outscored its first three opponents 144-7 but led Carolina 10-7 at halftime before taking control in the second half.

North Carolina (3-1) scored 59 points and gained a school-record 714 yards against Maryland last week. However, the Tar Heels were shut out by the Seminoles in the last three quarters after taking an early 7-0 lead on a 28-yard pass from Jason Stanicek to Bucky Brooks.

Florida State outgained North Carolina 489-279 and held the Tar Heels' vaunted rushing attack to 104 yards. Alabama 43, Arkansas 3

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - Cornerback Antonio Langham returned an interception for a touchdown as second-ranked Alabama coasted.

Langham tied a school record with his 16th career interception. It was the third time he has returned an interception for a touchdown and his fifth TD overall, the others coming on blocked punts.

Sherman Williams topped 100 rushing yards for the third straight game and Jay Barker set a Southeastern Conference record for most consecutive victories by a quarterback (20).

Alabama (3-0 overall, 2-0 SEC) extended its winning streak to 26 games in an unpleasant homecoming for Arkansas coach Danny Ford, who played for the Tide in the 1960s but now is trying to rebuild the Razorbacks (2-1, 1-1). …

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