— On Wake Forest’s two scoring drives, both field goals, the FSU defense allowed a total of 27 yards. Both drives started in the FSU 30.
— After Keith Gavin’s 81-yard kickoff return, FSU started the drive on the Wake Forest 16-yard line. It was the best starting field position for FSU this season.
— FSU’s next drive started at the Wake Forest 30
— Kyle Meyers’ first career interception was the first interception thrown by Wake Forest quarterback John Wolford.
— Jacques Patrick’s 69-yard run from the FSU 1-yard-line was the longest of his career and FSU’s longest of the season. It highlighted an 11-carry, 99-yard first half for Patrick.
— Patrick’s previous career-long rush was 41 yards against Louisville in 2016. It was the longest run the Demon Deacons have allowed this season.
— Patrick scored FSU’s first rushing touchdown of the season in the second quarter. It was his tenth career rushing touchdown.
— Kicker Roberto Aguayo gave FSU a 3-0 lead with his fifth field goal of the season. Aguayo’s 51-yard field goal was the longest of his career. He added a 27-yard field goal to give FSU a 13-12 lead in the second quarter. Aguayo has made six consecutive field goals over the past two weeks. Aguayo’s record for consecutive made field goals is seven over the first two games of his career in 2016.
— Aguayo’s previous career long was 47 yards against Louisville in 2016. — Playing in place of injured offensive lineman Derrick Kelly, Brock Ruble recovered his first career fumble in the first quarter.
— Logan Tyler’s 57-yard punt in the second quarter tied his career high. His first 57-yarder came against Miami last season.
— Keith Gavin’s 81-yard kickoff return, after Wake Forest scored to take a nine-point lead, was FSU’s longest since Kermit Whitfield’s 100-yard return against Auburn in the 2013 BCS National Championship Game.
— Gavin also had FSU’s longest kick return in 2016, a 66-yarder against Michigan in the 2016 Orange Bowl. — Kyle Meyers had FSU’s first turnover of the season with 5:09 remaining in the second quarter. It was his first career interception.
— Matthew Thomas had a 13-yard sack on Wake QB John Wolford in the second quarter. It was Thomas’s third career sack and first of 2017.