Virginia Vs. Florida State Final Score: Cavaliers Upset Seminoles, 14-13

The Virginia Cavaliers pulled out a last minute 14-13 victory over the Florida St. Seminoles on Saturday night. But it was a bizarre series of events that led to it. The game appeared to end with Florida State having completed a pass with the clock at zero. But it was reviewed and called an incomplete pass, putting eight seconds back on the clock.

Florida State came back on the field for a 48-yard field goal and had it it move to a 43-yard attempt once Virginia was called for drawing the offensive line into early movement. But then Dustin Hopkins missed the kick, in typical Florida State fashion.

On Virginia's game-winning drive, Michael Rocco, who threw a touchdown pass to Perry Jones in the first quarter, completed four straight passes for 65 yards to put the Cavaliers on the Seminoles' 10-yard line. Kevin Parks finished the drive with a 10-yard touchdown run to take the 14-13 lead with 1:16 left in the game.

The Cavaliers still have a shot at the ACC title game with this victory, but they will need to beat the Virginia Tech Hokies next week.

For further reading, news, discussion and more, visit Virginia blog Streaking the Lawn and Florida State blog Tomahawk Nation.

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