Florida State stays unbeaten with rout of Wake Forest

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Updated: November 9, 2013

Winston-Salem, NC (SportsNetwork.com) – There was clearly no letdown for
Florida State.

Coming off last week’s thorough victory over Miami-Florida, the third-ranked
Seminoles went into Wake Forest and dominated the Demon Deacons from start to
finish in a 59-3 rout.

Jameis Winston threw for 159 yards with a pair of touchdowns on 17-of-28
passing in just over two quarters of play and got plenty of help from the
Florida State defense, which accounted for a pair of scores. The Seminoles
came up with six interceptions, including two by Nate Andrews, who returned
one for a touchdown.

Jalen Ramsey also scored on a fumble return for Florida State (9-0, 7-0 ACC),
which will close its ACC slate next Saturday at home against Syracuse before
playing Idaho in a tune-up for the annual regular-season finale against
Florida.

James Wilder Jr. and Devonta Freeman rushed for touchdowns in still another
lopsided victory for the Seminoles. Florida State has scored at least 41
points in each of its nine games and has surrendered more than 17 just once.

The Demon Deacons (4-6, 2-5), coming off a 13-0 loss at Syracuse last week,
got a fourth-quarter field goal to avoid a second straight shutout. Wake
Forest hasn’t been blanked in consecutive games since an incredible five-game
stretch during the 1974 season.