Notre Dame's defense has provided the only scoring thus far, as both offenses have struggled to move the football with any sort of consistency. The two teams combined for less than 200 total yards of offense in the first half.
The Irish offense had a couple of scoring opportunities, though. Their first drive took them inside the Seminoles 20 yard line before an interception ended that scoring threat. Fortunately for Notre Dame, that's when the Irish defense stepped in and returned an FSU fumble for a touchdown. Later on, the Irish worked their way into field goal range but David Ruffer was unable to make the kick.
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