College football's Week 1 winners and losers, starting with Willie Taggart and Florida State


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USA TODAYThere is one difference between Willie Taggart's debut at Florida State and the Seminoles' opener in his second season: Boise State might be the best team in the Group of Five while Virginia Tech, victors on Labor Day weekend last year, ended up in the middle of the pack in the ACC. In all, the offense gained four first downs across the game's last 34 minutes.Florida State coach Willie Taggart watches his team during its loss to Boise State at Doak Campbell Stadium. After the Seminoles missed on a bowl game last season for the first time in decades, the fan base will head into next weekend's game against Louisiana-Monroe either apathetic or furious, and more likely the latter.WEEK 1 OBSERVATIONS: Tennessee gets stunned in worst loss ever MIXED DEBUT: Ohio State struggles after fast start against Florida AtlanticPAINFUL SITUATION: Hugh Freeze coaching from hospital bed in boothThere were too many reminders of last year: FSU's offense was unreliable after a strong start, the offensive line was again terrible and the defense was gashed and worn down by Boise's offensive pace. (Photo: Randy Sartin, USA TODAY Sports)Iowa State and NebraskaThese two teams led by trendy head coaches stumbled coming out of the gate: No. 24 Iowa State needed three overtimes to survive, 29-26, against Northern Iowa, while the Nebraska offense sputtered in a 35-21 win against South Alabama.

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