Travis’ TD to Coleman in OT gives No. 4 Florida State 31-24 win at Clemson 

Florida State didn’t lead in regulation, and needed just one drive in overtime to escape Death Valley with a win over Clemson. 

The No. 4 Seminoles moved to 4-0 and earned their 10th-consecutive victory after quarterback Jordan Travis found receiver Keon Coleman on a 24-yard touchdown pass on the second play of overtime to go up 31-24.

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The Tigers’ final drive ended with more to be desired. Running back Will Shipley gained nine yards on a first down rush, then Florida State finished by forcing an incompletion on fourth and 1 to win the game. 

Clemson held a 10-0 lead midway through the second quarter. 

Florida State redshirt senior linebacker Kalen DeLoach sacked Clemson quarterback Cade Klubnik in open field and scooped the football for a 56-yard fumble return touchdown. The score tied the game at 24 points apiece with 31 seconds left in the third quarter.

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Both teams kept one another from scoring throughout the fourth quarter, and the Tigers reached field goal range with less than three minutes remaining. 

Clemson kicker Jonathan Weitz missed a possible go-ahead field goal from 29 yards out with 1:45 left on the clock, giving Florida State possession back from its own 20-yard line. 

Driving down the field off the arm of Travis, who converted two first downs on throws of 25 and 15 yards, the Seminoles faced a fourth and 10 with 12 seconds left. 

Travis’ throw intended for Coleman tipped off the hands of Coleman as he leapt between two Tigers defensive backs inside Clemson’s 20-yard line — turning the football back over to Clemson. 

Clemson couldn’t get one final play off in time in regulation, and the two teams entered overtime tied at 24.

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Travis finished with 289 passing yards and two touchdowns. Receiver Johnny Wilson had a game-high 94 yards and Coleman tallied 86. 

Klubnik totaled 283 passing yards and added a touchdown. He finished with a 66% completion and added a rushing touchdown.