"Let's just learn from it," Morris said. "We have to leave this game in Tallahassee."
Morris completed 16 of 28 passes for 192 yards and the two TD throws with Hurns, who had five catches for 84 yards.
"If we run out the season, we have a chance to see them again," Hurns said. "We will bounce back."
Golden said there were no silver linings in the loss.
"We just have to move forward," he said. "We have to get better, that's my chief concern."
The Seminoles opened the game with a 13 play, 72-yard scoring drive that the Hurricanes answered on their second offensive series when Allen Hurns caught a pass in stride from Stephen Morris on a 33-yard touchdown and Matt Goudis' kick tied the score at 7.
"We didn't want this to be another walk in the park," Winston said. "That was a good sign we were able to come back and fight."
Despite the two picks, Winston finished with another good night, completing 21 of 29 for 325 yards and a touchdown.
"The defense was dominant," Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher said. "''We played the number seven team in the country and won by 27," Fisher said. "This is a heck of a football team here."
AP Sports Writer Tim Reynolds in Miami contributed.
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