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This game was so awful that a QB sneak on 4th and 1 lost 18 yards. As Doctor Saturday summarized:
Florida gained 190 yards of total offense, its worst output in more than 20 years. Not to be undone [sic], Florida State gained exactly 100 yards — a little less than one-quarter of its season average — on an average gain of 1.7 yards per play.