The No. 8 FSU Seminoles rolled the No. 5 LSU Tigers in the second alf on Sunday night, pulling away with the 45-24 victory.
After a quite subpar start for the Noles, they trailed 17-14 heading into halftime. Jordan Travis looked like he may have fallen right back into his poor habits of the past, and it seemed the FSU hype would be just that: hype.
FSU pulled a complete 180 in the second half to outscore LSU 31-7 in the second half. Travis finished with over 360 scrimmage yards, five total touchdowns. Michigan State transfer Keon Coleman connected with Travis for three of his four passing touchdowns, and former UCF Knight Tatum Bethune set the tone on defense with nine total tackles.
Brandon has said it. It's Natty or bust for FSU this year, but they're looking like a lock to make the college football playoffs after week one. Check out the full segment from 'In The Zone' earlier today.