Notre Dame vs Florida State: October 10, 2020

NOTRE DAME – The third game of the 2020 season for Notre Dame’s football team will be against the Florida State Seminoles.

The Irish are on a winning streak of 2-0, and they go into their third game ranked 1st in the Atlantic Conference.

Scoring Updates:

Florida State starts off early with a 42 yard field goal score from Ryan Fitzgerald. FSU leads 3-0.

The Irish return the favor a minute later, Michael Mayer scoring a touchdown with an 8 yard pass from Ian Book. Jonathan Doerer with the PAT kick bringing the Irish to a solid lead 7-3.

Notre Dame's Kyren Williams rushes the field hard, bringing the rock home in a 46 yard rush. Doerer makes good on the PAT. Irish further their lead 14-3.

The Seminoles start to play catchup with a 4 yard rush by Jordan Travis and a good PAT by Fitzgerald. Irish still up 14-10.

Just two minutes later Travis launches a 48 yard pass to Tamorrion Terry and another good PAT from Fitzgerald. This brings FSU into the lead at 17-14.

As the game starts into its second quarter Williams gets a quick 1 yard rush and a good PAT by Doerer to bring the Irish back into the lead 21-17.

Notre Dame's Chris Tyree makes a huge 45 yard rush into the endzone. Doerer makes good on yet another PAT. Irish with a good lead of 28-17.

With a minute left in the second quarter, Florida State goes for a field goal. Fitzgerald gets the 26 yard kick, Irish still lead 28-20.

But the Irish wouldn't be outdone and with only 11 seconds left before the half, Book tosses a 6 yard pass to Braden Lenzy who brings it home. The PAT is good from Doerer again. 

As the game moves into halftime, Notre Dame leads over Florida State 35-20.

The Seminoles try to shore up some lost ground in the beginning of the third quarter with a 7 yard rush by La'Damian Webb. Notre Dame holds the lead at 35-26.

Book makes a short dash into the house for a 3 yard rush. A good PAT by Doerer puts the Irish in a good position at 42-26.

Notre Dame has secured their third victory this season with a final score of 42-26.

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