The Choke at Doak was a 1994 college football game between the Florida Gators and Florida State Seminoles. The game is one of the most remarkable in the heated Florida-- Florida State rivalry and connected the NCAA record for the greatest fourth-quarter comeback. In the matchup of 9-1 cross-state competitors at Florida State's Doak Campbell Stadium, Florida squandered a 28-point 4th quarter lead and permitted the Seminoles to tie the score at 31 in the last minutes.
Florida State, the defending nationwide champion, suffered an early-October loss to bane Miami and was ranked seventh heading into the clash with Florida. Florida was led by future Heisman Trophy winner Danny Wuerffel at quarterback, while Florida State had actually managed to replace 1993 Heisman Trophy winner Charlie Ward with Danny Kanell behind.
Penn State and Nebraska, the top 2 ranked teams in the nation, were cruising along to undefeated records, there was no chance the 2 would fulfill to settle the champion. Penn State had joined the Big Ten Conference one season earlier, which took them out of the Bowl Coalition as the Rose Bowl would not release them from their commitment to the game as conference champions. The winner of the Florida-- Florida State game, along with the previous two national champs in Alabama and Miami, would be able to make a case to be welcomed to the coalition's championship game; considering that Nebraska was on its way to a Big Eight Conference title, that implied that these teams were playing to go to the Orange Bowl.
On an overcast and cool Saturday afternoon at Doak Campbell Stadium, Florida State got on the board first with a 35-yard basket from Dan Mowrey. Florida, nevertheless, came back with a revenge and scored 24 unanswered first-half points, developing a 21-point halftime lead behind 3 Danny Wuerffel goal passes, consisting of 2 to receiver Jack Jackson. When Wuerffel scored off a quarterback slip from the objective line, the Gators padded their lead in the third quarter.
With the Gators up 31-3 going into the fourth quarter, many believed the rout was on. Thousands of Florida State fans had seen enough and began to pour out of the stadium in disgust.  Huge lead in hand, Florida coach Steve Spurrier uncharacteristically decided to play conservatively on offense, mainly calling running plays for Fred Taylor, and chose to use a prevent defense.  Florida State, in turn, stayed in the shotgun practically exclusively and entered into its hurry-up offense for the last quarter. 
Florida State started the fourth quarter at the Florida 46-yard line and went on a 9-play drive that consisted of a fourth-and-10 conversion. When Zack Crockett discovered the end zone on a fullback dive, the Seminoles scored their first goal of the day on first-and-goal from the 5. The Florida State defense then forced a three-and-out, and after the punt, the Seminoles took control of by themselves 39. Kanell hit Kez McCorvey for a huge gain, taking the Seminoles to the Florida 25-yard line. Kanell then found a large open Warrick Dunn on a swing pass for a 19-yard gain. On the next play, Kanell rolled right and connected with Andre Cooper in the front right corner of the end zone for a goal, making it a 31-17 game with 10:04 to play.
The Choke at Doak was a 1994 college football game in between the Florida Gators and Florida State Seminoles. The game is one of the most remarkable in the heated Florida-- Florida State rivalry and tied the NCAA record for the greatest fourth-quarter resurgence. In the match of 9-1 cross-state competitors at Florida State's Doak Campbell Stadium, Florida wasted a 28-point 4th quarter lead and allowed the Seminoles to tie the score at 31 in the last minutes. The winner of the Florida-- Florida State video game, along with the previous 2 nationwide champions in Alabama and Miami, would be able to make a case to be invited to the coalition's championship video game; since Nebraska was on its method to a Big Eight one-time offer Conference title, that meant that these teams were playing to go to the Orange Bowl. Florida State started the 4th quarter at the Florida 46-yard line and went on a 9-play drive that consisted of a fourth-and-10 conversion.