TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida State's top quarterbacks are often remembered for engineering memorable wins.
EJ Manuel is now a part of the conversation.
Manuel led a 68-yard drive that resulted in a 28-22 last-minute win Thursday at Virginia Tech to keep the 10th-ranked Seminoles' Atlantic Coast Conference championship hopes alive.
"That's what the really good players are able to do," Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher said Monday. "To do it after being hit, being knocked around ,tough environment, everything going wrong, to be able to do that, that takes some special things."
Manuel was sacked five times, had the wind knocked out of him twice but didn't flinch against Virginia Tech's pressure. The Hokies had stopped the Seminoles running game cold before Manuel hit Rashad Greene with a 39-yard touchdown pass with 40 seconds to play. It was a dramatic finish to Manuel's lone collegiate appearance in his home state.
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