Jameis Winston

4 Reasons Why Notre Dame Will Beat Florida State

Believe it or not, No. 5 Notre Dame could win at No. 2 Florida State
Believe it or not, No. 5 Notre Dame could win at No. 2 Florida State

When Florida State and Notre Dame played on Nov. 13, 1993, Jameis Winston (b. Jan. 6, 1994) had not been born and Everett Golson (b. Jan. 2, 1993) was not yet one-year old. The '93 epic showdown ended with No. 1 Florida State falling at No. 2 Notre Dame, 31–24, before bouncing back to claim the National Championship.

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5 Bold Predictions for 2014

Much like Nick Saban’s new $6.9 million annual salary, you can take these prognostications to the bank

 

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Florida State QB Jameis Winston Throws Hail Mary TD Against Boston College

It seems every week Florida State freshman quarterback Jameis Winston makes a play worthy of highlight reel status on Saturday night.

This week was no different, as Winston connected with receiver Kenny Shaw on a 55-yard touchdown to end the first half. Shaw’s catch was solid, but Winston’s escape of the Boston College pass rush was quite an effort.

Check out Winston’s Hail Mary touchdown pass:

 

Comparing Jameis Winston's Debut to Notable Freshman Quarterbacks

Athlon ranks Winston's performance against debuts of other hyped QBs
Jameis Winston: Best Debut Ever?

Monday night provided the football world its first look at Florida State's highly touted redshirt freshman quarterback Jameis Winston. To say that Winston - known in Tallahassee as Famous Jameis - was impressive in his debut is an understatement. The Hueytown, Alabama product was a nearly perfect 25 of 27, shredding Pittsburgh for 356 and 4 touchdowns.