FSU QB Jameis Winston has never lost a college football game. If he wants to win a second National Championship, he’ll have to keep it that way.
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The undefeated #4 Florida State Seminoles take on the #11 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the ACC Championship.
The Seminoles are the two-time defending ACC Champions and won it all in an undefeated 2013 season that culminated in the National Championship win over the Auburn Tigers. The Yellow Jackets are back in the title game for the first time since 2012 – but it was that 2012 title game that started Florida’s 28-game winning streak.
Florida State is led by QB Jameis Winston, who started for the Seminoles as a redshirt freshman last season and has not lost a game since. With WR Rashad Greene and a two-headed monster at RB with Dalvin Cook and Karlos Williams, the Seminoles have shown an uncanny knack for coming back from games where they have been down anywhere from 10 to 21. Needless to say, that kind of comeback ability means that no lead is safe for the Yellow Jackets.
Georgia Tech’s defense has stunned the college football world back-to-back wins over ranked teams like Clemson and Georgia, allowing a grand total of 30 points to two of the most explosive offenses in the country. And with their two losses coming by a grand total of just 11 points, the Yellow Jackets are not a team to be trifled with.
Prediction: Florida State – There will be no upset special for Georgia Tech this year. Jameis Winston may be turnover prone but he is not loss prone, and certainly not in the big games.