Was there really a significant play of the game in the FSU-Duke game? Not really. But let's make the touchdown scored by FSU early in the third quarter that put the Noles ahead 16-0 the play of the game. With FSU looking at second down and eight at the Duke nine yard line, wide receiver Preston Parker took a quick pitch from Drew Weatherford in the left flat and turned it into a 9-yard scoring play. It did have significance in that this was the first offensive touchdown scored by the Noles in more than five quarters.
Monday, October 29, 2007
Posted by tallynolefan at 8:08 AM