Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Florida State Seminoles | Full Game Highlights

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No. 9 Notre Dame defeated Florida State 41-38 in overtime to kick off their 2021 college football season. Jack Coan threw for 367 YDS and 4 TD, while FSU’s McKenzie Milton made an improbable return to the sport after a devastating leg injury.

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