Tear to my eye.Here is what I think. I agree on the fact that these players made the plays that turned the game in our favor - no doubt. But, and I think this is crucial as someone who attended and watched games in the OB for years, it absolutely lit up the crowd. Most teams can play against another team and survive. But when you get a real home field advantage and the crowd is going nuts on every snap, it is just different to try to run your normal offense. Once the turnovers happened, the crowd got into it, and FSU had no answer for that intensity. Crowd noise is everything in big games. I was a part of it for many years. Whether it was the Dolphins or the Canes, what made the OB special was not the structure but the intensity of the people in the stands. The structure helped reverberate the noise but the people were the noise and it damn well matters. I remember a good friend who said during every minute of a game that Mike Singletary sucks throughout a game. His proudest moment was when Singletary looked at him and got seriously pissed during the game. He personally took ownership of having created that look. Like it was his duty as a Dolphin fan to do that. Watching video from Saturday, I saw that in our fans. They CARE that they have a part in us winning and losing and it was something that has been absent from the program for too many years. There is no home field advantage without butts in the stands and those fans being loud. So I applaud you fans for doing your part in helping the players be as successful as they can be by being rowdy, loud and supporting your Canes the way you did. God Bless each and every one of you who showed up and supported the team the way you did.