Brandon Wimbush threw three-first half touchdown passes, Dexter Williams ran for a career-high 202 yards and No. 3 Notre Dame took advantage of Florida State turnovers to rout Florida State 42-13 on a frosty Saturday night.
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- FSU's Taggart gives playcall duties to coordinator
- FSU suspends two for first half vs. NC State
- Taggart says some Seminoles quit, vows change
- FSU's Robinson: Panama City 'ripped to shreds'
Matt Schick, Adam Rittenberg & Peter Burns discuss the implications of the injury to Ian Book (2:05), Fill In The Blanks for Week 11 (18:00) & more. Plus, Phil Steele's picks (36:12), Talk Nerdy To Me (47:04), Walk-Ons (53:15) & Extra Points (59:08).
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
SOURCE: Notre Dame QB Ian Book is out this week against Florida State. The Athletic first reported the news, noting that Book sustained a rib injury this past week against Northwestern. A source tells me Book is expected back next week against Syracuse at Yankee Stadium. Senior Brandon Wimbush, who began the season as the starter before Book replaced him at Wake Forest, is expected to start Saturday.
UTEP held off Rice in the Bottom 10 Pillow Fight of the Year, while the Big Three in Florida -- Gators, Hurricanes and Seminoles, oh my -- came up small.
Florida State's Willie Taggart has turned over the playcalling duties to his offensive coordinator.
Freshman Ricky Person Jr. scored three touchdowns while Jakobi Meyers had a big receiving day to help North Carolina State beat Florida State 47-28 on Saturday.
FSU's leading receiver Nyqwan Murray and reserve linebacker Zaquandre White were both ejected from the blowout loss to Clemson for throwing punches. Now, they'll sit for the first half against NC State.
Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel & Ryan McGee discuss the best (2:52) and worst (9:00) of Week 9, weigh in on UK continuing to defy the odds (15:25), Willie Taggart's damning comments (17:35) and more. Plus, Talk Nerdy To Me (29:50), Walk-Ons featuring Mike Gundy (36:36) & Extra Points (45:30).
Trevor Lawrence threw four touchdown passes, and No. 2 Clemson handed Florida State its worst home loss in program history with a 59-10 victory on Saturday.
Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer
Trevor Lawrence and Brian Burns find each other after the game.
Florida State's 59-10 loss to Clemson on Saturday tied the mark for the largest margin of defeat in school history and was the Seminoles' worst home loss ever.