Florida State's season hasn't quite lived up to the Seminoles' preseason No. 2 ranking in the AP Top 25 Poll, but they put in a scare at No. 4 Clemson on Saturday. Florida State cut Clemson's lead to 17-14 in the fourth quarter on a double-reverse flea flicker.

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With the ball on the Seminoles' own 40-yard line, quarterback James Blackman took the snap, handed the ball off to his running back, who pitched it to a wide receiver, who pitched it back to Blackman. Blackman found tight end Ryan Izzo wide open downfield, then Izzo dodged one defender and rumbled his way to the end zone for a 60-yard touchdown.

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