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Florida State may not have scored a whole lot of points against Wake Forest on Saturday, but the Seminoles did rack up a good amount of yards. The 17-6 score was not as bad as it might initially look for FSU. Deondre Francois managed 319 passing yards and Dalvin Cook had 115 yards on the ground.

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238 of those passing yards went to junior receiver Travis Rudolph. If that number seems high it’s because it is and is actually the fourth-most receiving yards in a game in Florida State history.

The last time anyone had a number like that was in 1997 when Peter Warrick was catching everything thrown his way. This was an impressive feat for sure and one Rudolph will hope to duplicate if he doesn’t go pro after this year.

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