On Saturday, FSU running back Dalvin Cook broke the school's single-season rushing record. Mike Ehrmann USA TODAY Sports
You wouldn't expect it to happen any other way.
On Saturday, Florida State running back Dalvin Cook broke the school's single-season rushing record with a 13-yard touchdown run in the first quarter of the No. 16 Seminoles' ACC battle with N.C. State.
The sophomore running back entered the game 12 yards away from Warrick Dunn's record of 1,242 yards set in 1995.
Cook established the record on his fourth attempt of the game, which resulted in a touchdown and a 7-3 lead.