The Seminoles lost one of the biggest games of their season last night leaving Florida State fans disappointed.
The noles and hokies battled it out on the grid-iron in Charlotte, North Carolina with Virginia Tech winning the Atlantic Coast Championship football game 44 to 33.
We spoke to FSU students to see how they feel about the loss.
"I'm not disappointed, they tried their best, it's more like, hey, better luck next year," said Orly Reznik.
"I think a lot of people are focusing on the negative of losing the game but, we still get to go to the bowl game, we beat the gators for the first time in 6 years, went to the ACC championship, so, I think if we just focus on that, the season as a whole is a lot better than most people are giving it credit for," said Zack Roper.
FSU will now play in the Chic-Fil-A Bowl on Dec. 31st and their opponent has not yet been named.
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