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1992 Florida State Seminoles football team

1992 Florida State Seminoles football
Orange Bowl Champions
ACC Champions
Orange Bowl, W 27–14 vs. Nebraska
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
Ranking
Coaches #2
AP #2
1992 record 11–1 (8–0 ACC)
Head coach Bobby Bowden (17th year)
Offensive coordinator Brad Scott
Defensive coordinator Mickey Andrews
Home stadium Doak Campbell Stadium (Capacity: 70,123)
1992 ACC football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#2 Florida State 8 0 0     11 1 0
#17 NC State 6 2 0     9 3 1
#19 North Carolina 5 3 0     9 3 0
#25 Wake Forest 4 4 0     8 4 0
Virginia 4 4 0     7 4 0
Georgia Tech 4 4 0     5 6 0
Clemson 3 5 0     5 6 0
Maryland 2 6 0     3 8 0
Duke 0 8 0     2 9 0
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1992 Florida State Seminoles football team finished #2 in the AP and Coaches poll with an 11–1 record. The season was FSU's first in the Atlantic Coast Conference, and saw them win the league championship with an undefeated (8-0) record in conference play. The Seminoles offense scored 446 points while the defense allowed 186 points. Led by head coach Bobby Bowden, the Seminoles competed in the Orange Bowl.

Regular season

Season schedule

Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 5 7:00 PM Duke #4 Doak Campbell StadiumTallahassee, FL PPV W 48–21   60,751
September 12 7:30 PM at #15 Clemson #5 Memorial StadiumClemson, SC (Rivalry) ESPN W 24–20   83,170
September 19 12:00 PM at #16 NC State #3 Carter–Finley StadiumRaleigh, NC JPS W 34–13   53,900
September 26 7:00 PM Wake Forest #3 Doak Campbell Stadium • Tallahassee, FL PPV W 35–7   62,915
October 3 12:00 PM at #2 Miami (FL)* #3 Miami Orange BowlMiami, FL (Rivalry) ABC L 16–19   77,338
October 10 12:00 PM North Carolina #8 Doak Campbell Stadium • Tallahassee, FL JPS W 36–13   60,553
October 17 4:00 PM at #16 Georgia Tech #6 Bobby Dodd StadiumAtlanta, GA ESPN W 29–24   46,226
October 31 3:30 PM at #23 Virginia #6 Scott StadiumCharlottesville, VA ABC W 13–3   45,000
November 7 12:00 PM Maryland #6 Doak Campbell Stadium • Tallahassee, FL JPS W 69–21   64,127
November 14 2:00 PM Tulane* #5 Doak Campbell Stadium • Tallahassee, FL W 70–7   60,127
November 28 12:00 PM #6 Florida* #3 Doak Campbell Stadium • Tallahassee, FL (Battle for the Governor's Cup) ABC W 45–24   68,311
January 1 8:00 PM vs. #11 Nebraska* #3 Miami Orange BowlMiami, FL (Orange Bowl) NBC W 27–14   57,324
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. All times are in Eastern Time.
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Team players in the NFL

The following were selected in the 1993 NFL Draft.

Player Position Round Overall NFL Team
Marvin Jones Linebacker 1 4 New York Jets
Carl Simpson Defensive Tackle 2 35 Chicago Bears
Dan Footman Defensive End 2 42 Cleveland Browns
Reggie Freeman Linebacker 2 53 New Orleans Saints
Sterling Palmer Defensive End 4 101 Washington Redskins
Shannon Baker Wide Receiver 8 205 Atlanta Falcons
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Awards and honors

  • Marvin Jones, Butkus Award[3]
  • Marvin Jones, Lombardi Award[3]

References

  1. ^ http://cfreference.net/cfr/school.s?id=417&season=1992
  2. ^ http://www.pro-football-reference.com/draft/1993.htm
  3. ^ a b http://www.thebutkusaward.com/watchlist/pastwinners.aspx
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