Idaho vs. Florida State 2013 final score: Seminoles put up an 80-spot in romp

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Florida State hits 80 points for the first time in program history as the Noles roll over Idaho.

The Florida State Seminoles' suddenly embattled Heisman hopeful QB Jameis Winston was able to push aside his off-field issues for a few hours to lead FSU to an easy victory against the hapless Idaho Vandals, 80-7. It's the single largest scoring total in FSU  history, topping the 77 points the Seminoles put on NC State in 1995.

Winston, the subject of a still-open sexual assault investigation from an alleged incident in December 2012, remains eligible with the team and threw for 225 yards and four scores in just a little more than a half of action before having a seat.

Box Score Hero: In addition to Winston's stats, Devonta Freeman had a stellar day running the ball in limited action, toting the rock 11 times for 129 yards and a score. Oh, and then there's Karlos Williams and his 10 rushes for 114 yards and two TDs.

Rankings Ramifications: Florida State will remain at No. 2. It is as simple as that.

But Did They Cover? FSU was tabbed for a 59-point win by oddsmakers. So that's a cover.

For More On This Game: For more on FSU football, visit Florida State community Tomahawk Nation.

Next Week's Schedule: Florida State will travel to Florida for one last game before the ACC Championship, while horrendous Idaho ends its horrendous season at fellow horrendous opponent New Mexico State.

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