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Jameis Winston will make his first home start on Saturday. (Photo: Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
FSU quarterback Jameis Winston makes his home debut against the Wolf Pack
When he’s not taking the mound in relief or throwing out base-runners from the outfield at Dick Howser Stadium, Florida State two-sport star Jameis Winston is accounting for five touchdowns as the quarterback for the Seminoles’ top 10 football team. As least that was the case through one nationally televised game.
When Florida State takes the field on Saturday against Nevada, the crowd at Doak Campbell Stadium will get its first look at Winston after 12 days of waiting. Winston certainly captivated the college football world on Labor Day with his 25-for-27, 362-yard, five total touchdown performance, but it will be interesting to see how he follows that effort up.
Florida State’s date with Nevada on Saturday lacks the appeal that the opener did when the Seminoles went to Heinz Field to welcome Pittsburgh to the ACC....
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The Florida State Seminoles have made many opponents “Fear The Spear” in recent years, and many more will likely do the same in 2013 with Jameis Winston at the helm. FSU fans have high hopes and the week one win over Pitt seems to validate their optimism.
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Freshman Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston had a sensational debut against the Pitt Panthers back on Labor Day. This Saturday, Winston is excited to lead the Seminoles in their home opener against Nevada. The reason for that, however, may not be what you expect.
Jameis says he’s very excited to play Nevada because their defensive end has a mullet.
— David Hale (@DavidHaleESPN...
Karlos Williams moves from safety to running back for FSU. (Photo: 247 Sports)
It will be the home opener for Florida State (1-0) on Saturday as the 10th-ranked Seminoles welcome in Nevada. The contest will mark the first non-conference game of the season for Florida State and the first contest against a Mountain West opponent since Florida State topped BYU 34-10 in Tallahassee in...
Jameis Winston loved playing "Monday Night Football" in his debut for Florida State.
Chances are the redshirt freshman quarterback won't mind playing on the traditional Saturday against a suspect Nevada defense at home this week.
Winston will look to equal his outstanding debut for No. 10 Florida State (1-0), in which he went 25 of 27 for 356 yards and four touchdowns...
You have probably never heard of Brock Hekking.
A junior linebacker at the University of Nevada, Hekking tallied 75 tackles and eight sacks in 2012 and was placed on the Lombardi Award (nation’s top linebacker or lineman) watch list entering this season, but that’s not what has caught the Internet’s attention.
Hekking boasts an incredible blonde mullet, inspired by former Seahawks...
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Savage's confidence has not been shaken since the recent loss against Florida State. As the Panthers get ready for New Mexico, they refuse to dwell on the past and are eager to show off their skills come Saturday.
Through two weeks, the top of the ACC seems to be pretty clear. Clemson, Florida State and Miami rank at the top of the conference, with Georgia...