Entering the fourth quarter, the Florida State Seminoles have officially staked their claim as not only the top team in the ACC, but one of the elite in the entire nation as they’re currently in control of the third-ranked Clemson Tigers, 41-7.
Florida State has dominated Clemson in virtually all facets of the game, offense, defense and special teams.
The ‘Noles have also been physically dominant over their biggest foe in the conference, as they’ve manhandled the Tigers. This Florida State teams look like the teams of the 90s where they’re not only going to be more athletic than you, but their strength will be superior as well.
This was no more evident than on a third quarter catch by FSU tight end, Nick O’Leary.
O’Leary grabbed a pass from Jameis Winston in the third quarter and found himself coming head-to-head with Clemson safety Travis Blanks and, well, this happened:
[h/t] SB Nation