Lawrance Toafili may have saved Florida State’s season with a clutch 73-yard scamper.

Florida State’s offense has been sputtering all night and Louisville appeared to have all the momentum after tying the game 3-3 midway through the 3rd quarter. But on the first play of FSU’s ensuing drive, Toafili lined up in the wildcat formation, found a hole and took off.

Louisville didn’t chase Toafili down until he was inside the 5-yard line. On the next play, Toafili powered his way into the end zone to give FSU a 10-3 lead over Louisville.

Here’s video of Toafili’s run:

That’s the longest run of the season for Toafili, who hadn’t found much success at all vs. the Cardinals before breaking that big play.

Florida State’s offense averaged only 2.3 yards per play before the break. It totaled just 80 yards in the first half as well, meaning the Noles nearly matched their production from the entire first half on Toafili’s big play.

Florida State’s defense will now try to hold Louisville as it makes its case for the College Football Playoff.