By: Emily Johnson
November 3, 2013
Tallahassee,FL - Bobby Bowden field was quiet Sunday afternoon as fans gathered for last minute pictures to remember the stellar win FSU had against the University of Miami. The final score was 41 to 14, but that wasn't the only big number inside of the stadium. Doak Campbell was filled to maximum capacity with 84,409 people inside, and for the FSU fans the win was electric. "It was incredible, defense, offense, everybody was just awesome. It was awesome to be apart of it last night," said FSU fan Michael Pittman from Atlanta.
Even for the folks who couldn't make it to the game were impressed.
"I talked to my husband this morning who watched it on television last night. He said he couldn't believe the intensity that projected on the television," said FSU fan Vicki Shirah of Winter Haven.
Director of ticket sales for Seminole Boosters Michael Espada said it's an exciting time with fans all across the state watching the games. "The other exciting thing is not only is our fans coming to our games here, but our club parties are getting bigger and bigger all over the state with Orlando, Tampa and Sarasota. They're seeing numbers of upward of 500 to 600 people at their game watching parties for our home games and away games," said Espada.
Espada said many people are traveling to Winston-Salem to see the undefeated Seminoles take on Wake Forest next weekend.
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