TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Florida State's defense answered the wake-up call.
And the offense? The Seminoles fired away on all cylinders again, too.
Jameis Winston threw for a career-high 393 yards and had a career-high five touchdown passes -- Kelvin Benjamin (two), Nick O'Leary (two) and Kenny Shaw -- as No. 8 Florida State ripped No. 25 Maryland 63-0 on Saturday afternoon at Doak Campbell Stadium.
The Seminoles' rout tied the largest margin of victory ever by one team over another top-25 program.
Winston, a redshirt freshman, now has three 300-yard passing games in just five games this season. He also has 17 TD passes, putting him more than halfway to Chris Weinke's FSU record of 33 from the 2000 season (a season in which he won a Heisman Trophy). And there are anywhere from 7-9 games left in the season.
The scary thing? He seems to be learning from his few mistakes with each game. And he turned in another highlight reel play in the third quarter, eluding a would-be sacker, Maryla...