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Louisville, KY (SportsNetwork.com) - Florida State escaped by the skin of its teeth once again on Thursday. The second-ranked Seminoles fell into a huge hole against upset-minded Louisville but scored 35 of the final 42 points to pull out a hard-fought 42-31 victory in a hostile environment. Florida State trailed 21-0 against one of the nations stingiest defenses and never blinked an eye. Dalvin Cook scored the go-ahead touchdown with 3:46 remaining, and the Seminoles (8-0, 5-0 ACC) miraculously ran their school-record winning streak to 24. Jameis Winston was intercepted three times and still wound up throwing for 401 yards and three touchdowns for the Seminoles, who racked up 574 yards of total offense -- more than 300 than the Cardinals had allowed coming in. Will Gardner threw for 330 yards, 214 of which went to DeVante Parker, while Michael Dyer gashed the Seminoles for 134 yards and three TDs on the ground. 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The circumstances, obviously playing Grand Slam semifinals against the defending champion ... a lot of emotions going around. Sometimes you cant keep track of the score. Djokovic has a 100 per cent winning record in finals at Melbourne Park, claiming his first Grand Slam here in 2008 and winning three straight titles from 2011 before losing in the quarterfinals last year to Wawrinka. Only Roger Federer and Stefan Edberg had reached five mens finals at the Australian in the Open era. The previous two meetings between Djokovic and Wawrinka at the Australian Open had gone to five sets and lasted a combined nine hours. Fridays match lacked that kind of intensity and memorable moments. Strange, Wawrinka said. Not the best. At times Wawrinka got on top of Djokovic, who sometimes looked lethargic. Despite dropping serve in four of the five sets, Djokovic kept his composure in the 3-hour, 30-minute match as Wawrinka blasted 42 winners but offset that with 69 unforced errors. The momentum shifted suddenly in three of the five sets, with both players struggling to turn service breaks into big leads and wasting breakpoint opportunities. Djokovic hit 27 winners — none in the fourth set — and finished with 49 unforced errors. The battle was great ... in terms of fighting from both sides, Djokovic said, but the level of performance was not where I wanted it to be. It was good enough to increase his career record to 17 wins in 20 matches against Wawrinka, who won his first major title here last year. The Swiss player didnt advance past the quarterfinals at his next three Grand Slam events, and will drop to No. 9 when the next rankings are released. Theres no pressure for that, Wawrinka said of the burden of defending a title. But, no, for sure we hadd some great battles here last two years.ddddddddddddToday was strange match. He was there playing good enough to win and he deserve to win and play the final. Murray is moving in the other direction, restoring his position in the so-called Big Four of major winners that includes Djokovic, No. 2 Federer and No. 3 Rafael Nadal, who dominated the Grand Slam titles for so long. Sixth-seeded Murray, who has lost three Australian Open finals, moved into the championship match with a fiery four-set win over No. 7 Tomas Berdych on Thursday night. Djokovic has beaten Murray in seven of their last eight matches and is 15-8 overall, but theyre level in Grand Slam finals with two wins apiece — Djokovic in Australia in 2011 and 13 and Murray at the 2012 U.S. Open and Wimbledon in 2013. And then theres the question of fitness, and whether Djokovic can rebound quickly and with one less day to prepare. Theres no question about it. Some points of the match I did struggle physically to recover for the next one, Djokovic said of his semifinal. I didnt have many free points on the first serve as I did throughout the tournament, so that was a significant change. But, you know, nothing that will worry me. You know, Im sure that Ill be fit and ready for finals. Once youre on the court, you really forget about being exhausted or, you know, sick or something like this. Top-ranked Serena Williams had to re-schedule a practice session ahead of Saturdays womens final against No. 2 Maria Sharapova. Ive been sick with a cold all week, and I got better, then I got worse the morning, said Williams, who has won 15 in a row against Sharapova, has won all five Australian Open finals she has contested and is chasing a 19th major title. She was feeling well enough to return to the practice court in the afternoon. Mixed Doubles Daniel Nestor and partner Kristina Mladenovic will play for the Australian Open mixed doubles title for a second straight year tonight when the duo face seventh-seeded Swiss-Indian pair Martina Hingis and Leander Paes. The defending champions ousted top seeds Sania Mirza of India and Bruno Soares of Brazil 3-6, 6-2, 10-8 in the semifinals on Friday. No. 3 seeds Nestor and Mladenovic blasted six aces and hit 28 winners to 14 unforced errors in a very close duel. With a victory, 42-year-old Nestor will have won at least one Slam title for a ninth straight year. He and Mladenovic will be aiming for their third major trophy together, to go alongside their 2014 Australian Open and 2013 Wimbledon hardware. ' ' '

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