Coming up on its 21st anniversary we all witnessed the greatest individual performance in the Clemson vs. Florida State rivalry. Peter Warrick made everyone remember his name in the 1997 sophomore season. While he was an All-American for his junior and season seasons, his best statistical performance in his career came as a sophomore. Without Peter Warrick’s performance the #5 Seminoles would have been in danger of losing to #15 Clemson. Even with one of the greatest individual performances of all time Florida State narrowly beat the Tigers 35-28. This brings up the #5 top Peter Warrick moment of all time.

 

Peter Warrick’s Show


Receptions: 8

Receiving Yards: 249

Punt Yards: 123

Total Touchdowns: 3

All Purpose Yards: 372

 

When I mentioned above how close this game was, I was not lying. The score tells you that it was 35-28, but Clemson took it to the final play. Luckily the last Clemson pass at the end of the game was intercepted. Without Peter Warrick’s performance FSU might have been walking out of Clemson South Carolina with their second ACC loss in history.

The amazing thing about this game is that Peter Warrick put these numbers up with amazing wide receivers on the roster already.  E.G. Green, Laveranues Coles, Snoop Minnis and Ron Dugans were amazing FSU wide recievers, but it seemed like all FSU need was Warrick. It can be safe to say that the Peter Warrick legend started rolling on September 20, 1997.

 

 

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