Note: FSU's former opponents in bold type.
Boston College 22 Va Tech 3
Virginia Tech (4-2, 2-2), held to 21 yards in the second half, has lost consecutive games since rising to No. 11 in The Associated Press Top 25. The Hokies also fell to 12-2 in Thursday night games on ESPN; both losses were to BC - one in Blacksburg, one in Chestnut Hill - 11 years apart.
FSU plays Boston College in Tallahassee on Oct.21
Maryland 28 Virginia 26
Keon Lattimore ran 56 yards for the go-ahead touchdown and Erin Henderson returned an interception 45 yards for another score as Maryland rallied for a 28-26 victory over Virginia on Saturday.
The Terrapins (4-2, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) trailed 20-0 before staging their comeback.
FSU plays Maryland at Maryland on Oct.28
FSU plays Virginia in Tallahassee on Nov.4
Wake Forest 25 NC State 23
Sam Swank kicked three field goals of more than 50 yards and Riley Skinner threw a touchdown pass to lead Wake Forest past North Carolina State 25-23 on Saturday.
Nate Morton had the 57-yard TD catch just before halftime for the Demon Deacons (6-1, 2-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), who ended a 10-game losing streak at Carter-Finley Stadium and earned their first win here since 1984. The win gave coach Jim Grobe the school record for most ACC wins with 15, while giving Wake Forest its first 6-1 start since 1979.
FSU plays Wake Forest in Tallahassee on Nov.11.
Western Michigan 16 N. Illinois 14
Nate Meyer kicked three field goals and Western Michigan held the nation's leading running back to 25 yards to beat Northern Illinois 16-14 on Saturday.
FSU plays Western Michigan in Tallahassee on Nov.18.
Auburn 27 Florida 17
That merciless Southeastern Conference claimed another victim: No. 2 Florida.
Auburn scored on a blocked punt, a last-play fumble and a safety to beat the Gators 27-17 on Saturday night and leave the powerhouse conference without an unbeaten team.
FSU plays Florida in Tallahassee on Nov.25.
Saturday, October 14, 2006
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