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1993 Orange Bowl

1993 Federal Express Orange Bowl
Bowl Game
1 2 3 4 Total
Florida State 7 13 7 0 27
Nebraska 0 7 0 7 14
Date January 1, 1993
Season 1992
Stadium Miami Orange Bowl
Location Miami, Florida
United States TV coverage
Network NBC
Announcers: Don Criqui and Bob Trumpy
Orange Bowl
 < 1992  1994

The 1993 Orange Bowl was a college football bowl game played on January 1, 1993. This 59th edition to the Orange Bowl featured the Nebraska Cornhuskers, and the Florida State Seminoles. Nebraska came into the game ranked number 11 at 9-2. Florida State entered the game ranked number 3 at 10-1.

In the first quarter, FSU quarterback Charlie Ward found wide receiver Tamarick Vanover for a 25-yard touchdown pass and a 7-0 Seminole lead. FSU's placekicker Dan Mowerey nailed a 41-yard field goal in the second quarter to give Florida State a 10-0 lead. Florida State's Charlie Ward threw a second touchdown pass to give Florida State a 17-0 second quarter lead. Dan Mowerey added 1 24-yard field goal with 2:34 left in the half to give FSU a 20-0 lead.

Tommie Frazier threw a 41-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Corey Dixon with just over a minute in the half to make the halftime score 20-7 FSU. Late in the third quarter, Florida State's Sean Jackson took a handoff, and rushed 11 yards for a touchdown giving FSU a 27-7 lead. Tommie Frazier threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to Gerald Armstrong in the fourth quarter to make the margin 27-14, but the Cornhuskers would get no closer. Florida State held on for a 27-14 win.

Aftermath

Florida State finished the season number 2 in the nation, with an 11-1 record. Nebraska finished the season 9-3, and ranked in the Top 25 once again.

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