In the middle of the 2003 season, the #2 ranked Miami Hurricanes traveled north to face their bitter rivals, and #5 Florida State Seminoles.
In rain-drenched Tallahassee, the two teams battled it out, and it was a defensive struggle for most of the day.
With Miami up 12-0 late in the second quarter, Sean Taylor looked to increase that Hurricanes lead.
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That pick-six was one of two Sean interceptions that day, he also recovered a blocked-punt and was constantly in the Seminoles backfield. Miami would go on to win 22-14.