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BOSTON COLLEGE (1 - 4) at FLORIDA ST (5 - 1)
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Week 7 Saturday, 10/13/2012 5:30 PM
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136FLORIDA ST-28-28.5
BOSTON COLLEGE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games1-4-61-43-128.218.4416.6(5.9)1.829.015.4467.8(5.5)2.0
Road Games0-2-40-21-122.017.0368.0(6)
Last 3 Games0-3-50-32-125.018.3385.3(6)1.333.717.7577.0(6.3)2.0
Grass Games0-1-10-10-113.010.0316.0(4.9)
Conference Games0-2-20-22-031.520.5481.0(6.1)2.543.022.5495.5(6.1)1.5
BOSTON COLLEGE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)28.218.421.428:1230-106(3.5)23-4056.7%311(7.7)71-417(5.9)(14.8)
Opponents Defensive Avg.31.415.221.930:2640-191(4.8)18-3258.1%248(7.9)71-439(6.2)(14)
Offense Road Games22.017.019.523:1324-105(4.3)20-3654.8%262(7.2)61-368(6)(16.7)
Defense (All Games)29.015.425.231:4850-257(5.1)22-3662.4%211(5.9)86-468(5.5)(16.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.26.314.221.730:3344-205(4.6)19-3258.4%204(6.3)76-408(5.4)(15.5)
Defense Road Games28.014.532.536:4769-404(5.8)17-2666.0%173(6.5)96-577(6)(20.6)

FLORIDA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-1-122-42-245.226.2511.0(7.6)
Home Games4-0+12-22-056.232.0574.5(8.5)
Last 3 Games2-1-120-31-231.714.3478.3(6.9)
Grass Games5-1-122-42-245.226.2511.0(7.6)
Conference Games2-1-131-22-139.022.7540.7(7.6)1.318.07.0292.3(4)0.7
FLORIDA ST - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.40.821.822.230:3939-211(5.3)20-3165.8%255(8.3)70-466(6.6)(11.4)
Offense Home Games56.232.025.528:3737-281(7.5)22-3073.9%293(9.9)67-574(8.5)(10.2)
Defense (All Games)12.34.512.526:2230-71(2.4)17-3449.0%150(4.4)64-221(3.4)(18)
Opponents Offensive Avg.20.110.916.728:2136-116(3.2)18-3454.7%206(6.1)70-322(4.6)(16)
Defense Home Games10.06.010.025:2331-59(1.9)13-2945.7%125(4.3)60-184(3.1)(18.4)
Average power rating of opponents played: BOSTON COLLEGE 28,  FLORIDA ST 23.7
BOSTON COLLEGE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/8/2012MAINE34-3W-23.5W -41-16616-33-219231-5920-42-1343
9/15/2012@ NORTHWESTERN13-22L4L55U21-2524-44-291160-29330-40-2672
10/6/2012@ ARMY31-34L-7L56.5O28-18616-29-234179-5165-13-792
10/13/2012@ FLORIDA ST            
10/20/2012@ GEORGIA TECH            
11/3/2012@ WAKE FOREST            
11/10/2012NOTRE DAME            

FLORIDA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/1/2012MURRAY ST69-3W-44W -42-28525-35-321232-3919-38-1173
9/8/2012SAVANNAH ST55-0W-67L -23-16717-21-246018-192-15-91
9/15/2012WAKE FOREST52-0W-27.5W51O45-38519-28-227135-4310-24-830
9/29/2012@ S FLORIDA30-17W-17L53U40-18319-26-242032-12517-33-1433
10/6/2012@ NC STATE16-17L-17L53.5U36-12517-30-218127-6630-55-2591
10/13/2012BOSTON COLLEGE            
10/20/2012@ MIAMI            
11/8/2012@ VIRGINIA TECH            
BOSTON COLLEGE: Last season, RB Montel Harris' knee injury forced the Eagles to ditch their ground-and-pound style attack. Now that Harris is with Temple after having been dismissed from Boston College for repeated rule violations, the Eagles will move forward with junior Rolandan Finch (705 yards) and sophomore Tahj Kimble. Both are serviceable backs, but not nearly in the same class as Harris, the school's all-time rushing leader. QB Chase Rettig (12 TD, 9 INT) seemed out of place as the starter last year and will have to make massive improvements under new OC Dough Martin if this team is going to avoid a third straight 4-8 season. A bright spot for the Eagles was that their defense held each of their last three opponents to under 20 points. Building off that success is crucial for the development of this Eagles team in 2012, but they will do so without Butkus Award winner Luke Kuechly.
FLORIDA ST: Last season, dual-threat QB E.J. Manuel suffered a shoulder injury in the third game of the year, which started a three-game losing skid for the Seminoles. The senior will need to stay healthy this year if the team wants to win the ACC. Manuel has a lot of weapons to throw to including sophomore Rashad Greene (596 rec, 7 TD in nine games), who could emerge as one of the top WRs in the ACC this year. On defense, it'll be a lot of the same for the Seminoles, who ranked fourth in FBS in both total defense (275 YPG) and scoring defense (15.1 PPG), as they should be one of the better teams in the nation in both categories again. Senior DE Brandon Jenkins, who has 21.5 sacks in the past two seasons, returns along with junior SS Lamarcus Joyner, who intercepted four passes last season.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW (BOSTON COLLEGE-FLORIDA ST) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Boston College-Florida St. Preview* ====================================


Boston College (1-4) at Florida State (5-1), 5:30 p.m. EDT

After suffering its first loss in stunning fashion, Florida State may have to settle for trying to win the ACC Atlantic Division instead of getting a shot at the BCS title.

Having fallen nine spots in the Top 25 following last weekend's upset, the No. 12 Seminoles look to bounce back against struggling Boston College on Saturday.

With a chance to move to 6-0 for the first time since a 12-0 start in 1999 that led to the program's last national title, Florida State (5-1, 2-1) fell 17-16 to North Carolina State last Saturday. The Seminoles, who entered the game with their highest ranking since 2003, were outscored 17-0 in the second half.

"This was a tough loss, a heartbreaking loss," said coach Jimbo Fisher, who's come under scrutiny this week for two fourth-quarter offensive calls that may have cost Florida State a shot at winning. "We have to forget it and move on. This team isn't like last year. We have to regroup and move on."

Fisher has to be hoping his team responds better than it did after its first defeat last season, 23-13 to then-No. 1 Oklahoma that started a three-game slide.

Boston College coach Frank Spaziani won't speculate on how the Seminoles will react to the loss, but he's definitely not underestimating an opponent that has won its home games by a 225-40 score.

"Despite what happened last night to them, they have a bevy of football players," Spaziani said Sunday. "It's a very good football team. ... we have to prepare like we do every week for everybody's 'A' game."

The Seminoles offense wasn't at its best last week as two first-half drives into the red zone ended with field goals from Dustin Hopkins, who needs seven points to become the all-time ACC leader with 394.

Florida State, 14th in the nation with 510.8 yards per game, finished with a season-low 343. EJ Manuel was sacked a season-high four times and threw for 218 yards.

"When you're moving the ball and getting field goals when you needed touchdowns, you have to go out and know you need touchdowns in the red zone," Manuel said. "We have to be better on that next week."

For Manuel and his teammates, winning the division crown is now the likely focus. Florida State is tied with Clemson in the Atlantic, with Maryland at 1-0 in the league.

The Seminoles, seventh in the FBS with 45.2 points per game, will face an Eagles team that's allowed 101 points and 1,731 yards during a three-game losing streak.

Boston College yielded a season-high 595 yards - 516 on the ground - in a 34-31 loss at Army on Saturday.

"Looking at what has happened the last couple weeks, I think we've been in the right place. We just haven't been able to execute," Spaziani said. " ... There's nobody erasing the mistakes and making some big plays."

The Eagles are giving up 259.0 yards per game on the ground, and they'll face a Florida State rushing attack that's averaging 238.5. The Seminoles are led by senior Chris Thompson, who's run for 572 yards and has surpassed the 100-yard mark in three of the last four games.

The Seminoles are equally adept at stopping the run, allowing 71.3 yards a contest on the ground, and they'll be tasked with shutting down Andre Williams this week. The junior rushed for a career-best 191 yards and two TDs against Army.

Boston College's Chase Rettig leads a passing attack that's 16th in the country with 311.8 yards per contest.

The Seminoles held the Eagles to 94 rushing yards in a 38-7 road victory Nov. 3 that clinched their NCAA-best 30th straight bowl appearance. Boston College was knocked out of bowl contention for the first time since 1998 with the defeat.

The Eagles have lost seven straight to ranked opponents since a 27-17 victory at then-No. 20 Florida State on Nov. 15, 2008. The Seminoles have taken two in a row in the series.

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