Florida State vs. LSU Game Summary

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After LSU wide receiver Malik Nabers muffed his second punt of the game with 2:15 remaining in the fourth quarter of Sunday night’s season-opener against Florida State,

After all, Florida State led 24–17 and took over on offense at the LSU 8-yard-line. This was supposed to be the moment where the Seminoles finally put the game away.

Florida State called a halfback toss from 1 yard out. LSU recovered Treshaun Ward's fumble at their own doorstep with 1:20 left in the game.

In the shadow of their own goal posts with the clock running against them, the Tigers put together their best offensive possession of the night.

In the shadow of their own goal posts with the clock running against them, the Tigers put together their best offensive possession of the night.

With 10 seconds left, Daniels found Mason Taylor on a crossing route. Taylor dove to the sideline at the Florida State 2-yard line with two seconds left.

After a lengthy replay review, officials ruled Taylor’s knee was down before he made it out of bounds. However, since LSU gained a first down on the play, they were allowed, by rule, one final play. 

Daniels found receiver Jaray Jenkins on a crossing route in the back of the end zone, and all of a sudden, LSU appeared poised to pull off an improbable comeback to send the game to overtime.

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