CLEMSON, S.C. -- Two of the nation's top offenses. A pair of Heisman Trophy contenders. And two of the best defenses, too.
No. 5 Florida State made it look all too easy en route to a 51-14 victory, dominating No. 3 Clemson on offense and defense.
About the only thing that went wrong for Florida State (6-0) was a Jameis Winston interception in the second quarter. And it wasn't even his fault.
The coaches had called for receiver Kenny Shaw to make a double move on a route near the goal line in the second quarter. Wide receivers coach Lawrence Dawsey gave the signal to Shaw, but quarterbacks coach Randy Sanders heard only the first part of the conversation.
His wireless headset had gone out. Winston's pass was picked off.
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher made sure that headset won't fail again.
"We had to throw away the headset," Fisher said.
And it was about the only blemish on a 444-yard, three-touchdown night for Winston.
Here are four observations about Florida State's win...