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FSU:By the numbers

By Times staff writer
© St. Petersburg Times
published November 3, 2002

Field goals FSU's Xavier Beitia missed Saturday (47-, 38- and 45-yard attempts). He entered 14-of-17. -- 3

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Blocked field goals this season for FSU safety B.J. Ward. -- 4

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FSU's first-quarter deficit, its largest of the season. -- 14

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Passes McPherson had thrown without an INT before his first pass Saturday, which cornerback Daryl Shaw picked off. -- 74

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Yards rushing by FSU backup tailback Nick Maddox, a career high. -- 122

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Yards amassed by McPherson (278 passing, 53 rushing). -- 331

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