FSU Vs. Wake Forest: Safety Adds To Demon Deacons Lead

The Wake Forest Demon Deacons seem poised to give fans of the Florida State Seminoles a headache. After jumping out to a 16-14 lead at halftime, Wake Forest forced a safety on what can only be described as an atrocious 'drive' for the Seminoles -- and then followed that up with a nice drive of their own to take a 25-14 lead.

The Seminoles, led once again by formerly injured quarterback E.J. Manuel, started the second half at the 20 yard line following a touchback ... and then it got ugly. Manuel lost 15 yards on a sack by Nikita Whitlock, followed by a false start penalty and finally the safety as running back Jermaine Thomas was tackled in the end zone.

The Demon Deacons added a touchdown a few minutes later when Tanner Price tossed the football to Tommy Bohannon for a two-yard touchdown score to extend the lead even further. It was Price's third touchdown pass of the day, set up by a nice run by running back Josh Harris.

For more on this game, visit FSU blog Tomahawk Nation and Wake Forest blog Blogger So Dear. For more on all of Week 6, visit our comprehensive StoryStream for college football scores, news, and highlights.

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