Colleges: FSU 28, BC 17
By Times Staff Writer
Published September 18, 2005
DREW WEATHERFORD, QB, FSU: After a tough start, including two turnovers, Weatherford got hot late.
BOSTON COLLEGE O-LINE: Jeremy Trueblood, James Marten, Patrick Ross, Josh Beekman and Gosder Cherilus, who average about 317 pounds, dominated play in the first half.
A.J. NICHOLSON, LB, FSU: Had two interceptions, one for a touchdown just seven seconds into the game, to help his team take a 14-0 lead.
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7:41: FSU's time of possession in the first half.
22:19: B.C.'s time of possession in the first half.
4,500: Tickets FSU sold.
44,500: Announced crowd, a sellout.
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