Florida State’s defense had a remarkable run during the month of October.

The Seminoles led the nation in several key defensive categories this month, particularly in the secondary. On Tuesday, FSU shared some specific statistics that show how dominant FSU’s pass defense has been over the past few weeks.

Here’s a breakdown:

  • Opponent completion percentage (41.7%)
  • Yards per pass allowed (4.2)
  • Opponent passer rating (72.41)
  • Passing touchdowns allowed (0)

Florida State has only allowed three passing touchdowns all season, which leads the nation. FSU’s pass defense is supported by a strong pass rush and defensive line that has been effective all season long.

The Noles’ defense has powered the team to three straight double-digit victories vs. ACC opposition.

Florida State is 8-0 on the year and can clinch a spot in the ACC Championship Game with a win over Pitt on Saturday. Florida State has not played in the ACC title game since the 2014 season.

FSU’s defense will be taking on a Panthers offense that managed just 7 points in a blowout loss to Notre Dame last week.

Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday afternoon.