Our second-year robot was named Frankenbot which featured a 6 wheel tank drive, an electronically limited and controlled turret, and an innovative shooting system. For the first time ever, we attended the Orlando Regional where we played through a difficult qualifying schedule and ranked 39th. Using the Orlando Regional to fully train our drivers and upgrade our robot we were prepared for the South Florida Regional. After a difficult qualifying schedule, we seeded 6th and earned the chance to pick our alliance members for the first time in M3 history. Along with our alliance members teams 1065 and 4118, we played into the semifinals.

2014's game consisted of two large scoring goals above the driver station, smaller scoring goals at the sides of the alliance walls. If a ball is scored into the large goal the alliance is awarded 10 points and 1 point for the small goal. Alliances are also awarded 10-30 bonus points for assisting their partners in scoring the goal.