Former Rockledge Raider Jashaun Corbin Explodes for Career-High 160 Yards in Seminoles 31-23 Loss to Cardinals
By Space Coast Daily // September 26, 2021
The rushing effort marked Corbin’s fourth career 100-yard game
(SEMINOLES.COM) – Florida State nearly turned a 24-point deficit into the greatest comeback in school history. Florida State’s defense held Louisville scoreless in the second half and gave itself the opportunity to tie the game with under one minute remaining, but Louisville escaped with a 31-23 win at Doak Campbell Stadium.
The Seminoles had the ball at the 46-yard line driving towards a potential game-tying score when Kei’Trel Clark intercepted a McKenzie Milton pass at the Louisville 5-yard line to end the Seminoles’ comeback attempt.
The Seminoles trailed 31-13 at halftime and outscored the Cardinals by a 10-0 margin in the second half.
Rockledge High School alumni Jashaun Corbin rushed for a career-high 160 yards and one touchdown while Milton completed 24-of-39 passes for 248 yards and one touchdown.
The rushing effort marked Corbin’s fourth career 100-yard game while Milton’s 248 passing yards marked his Florida State career-high.
Defensive back Jammie Robinson recorded 13 tackles and Jermaine Johnson added to his team-leading sack total with one sack.