No. 11 Florida State seemed to be in control early at the Orange Bowl, and even more so after Nole quarterback Deondre Francois found Nyqwan Murray late in the first quarter.

Francois, backed up into his own endzone, launched a deep bomb to Murray, who already had several steps on the Wolverines' Jourdan Lewis.

Murray caught the ball around midfield and continued to shame Michigan defenders all the way to the house. 

Murray's 92-yard touchdown reception was the longest in Orange Bowl history and put the Seminoles ahead of No. 6 Michigan, 17-3.