QB Jameis Winston has FSU back on top after a comeback win against N.C. State.
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There never should have been any doubt that Jameis Winston would bring back FSU against N.C. State. Between his team’s gutty win over Clemson without him and the National title win over Auburn last year, it has become a trademark of the entire team, if not Winston himself. After falling behind 24-7 in the first quarter, the Seminoles scored 7 more TDs to win 56-41. FSU remains firmly in the drivers seat for a shot at the national championship game.
Here are the 5 biggest winners from Week 5 of CFB:
Florida State – It took Jameis Winston a while to get into groove, but once he did it wouldn’t have mattered if N.C. State was up 30 in the first quarter.
Texas A&M – Kenny Hill may not be Johnny Manziel, but when you make memorable, game-winning moments like he did against Arkansas, it’s easy to forget that the Aggies still have one of the best offenses in football.
UCLA – Beating a ranked team is one thing, but blowing out a #15 Arizona State team 62-27 proves that UCLA is destined for big things this season.
Baylor – Bryce Petty looks like he’s the frontrunner at QB for the Heisman Trophy. This Baylor team doesn’t appear to have a loseable game until they play Oklahoma in November.
Notre Dame – It says a lot about your defense when you can beat a team by more than 2 TDs despite committing 5 turnovers. Either that, or QB Everett Golson is one of the best QBs in college football. Or both.