Jordan Travis threw 4 landing passes, Keon Coleman stuck 3 of them and No. 8 Florida State defeated No. 5 LSU 45-24 within the nonconference season opener for each groups Sunday night time in Orlando, Fla.
Travis, who had a 1-yard landing run to present the Seminoles (1-0) the lead for just right past due within the 3rd quarter, finished 23 of 31 for 342 yards. Coleman stuck 9 passes for 122 yards, together with scoring performs of 40, 21 and seven yards, and Johnny Wilson added 104 yards on seven catches.
Jayden Daniels finished 22 of 37 for 347 yards and one landing — a 75-yarder to Brian Thomas Jr. with 1:15 left to supply the Tigers’ best second-half issues after the Seminoles had scored 31 directly.
At the first ownership of the 3rd quarter FSU drove 60 yards to Ryan Fitzgerald’s 33-yard box objective that tied the ranking at 17.
The Seminoles’ subsequent ownership featured a fourth-and-1 conversion on which Travis handed to Lawrance Toafili for a 41-yard of completion that arrange Travis’ 1-yard landing run.
That gave FSU a 24-17 lead on the finish of the 3rd quarter and Travis and Coleman teamed for his or her 3rd landing cross — from 7 yards with 10:18 last.
Travis added a 44-yard landing cross to Jaheim Bell, who finished FSU’s scoring with a 4-yard landing run with 1:26 last.
Daniels threw completions of 55 and 15 yards at the first two performs from scrimmage, giving LSU (0-1) first and objective on the 5, however he used to be sacked on fourth and objective from the 1.
At the resulting ownership Travis threw a 40-yard landing cross to Coleman to present FSU a 7-0 lead.
LSU spoke back with a 75-yard power that ended with Tre Bradford’s 1-yard landing run that produced a seven-all tie on the finish of the primary quarter.
Noah Cain’s 1-yard landing run gave LSU a 14-7 lead halfway via the second one quarter.
Travis’ 21-yard landing cross to Coleman tied the ranking earlier than Damian Ramos’ 36-yard box objective as time expired gave the Tigers a 17-14 halftime lead.
—Box Degree Media