Saturday afternoon, the defending national champion Florida State Seminoles hit Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee to show off what to expect in 2014, and Heisman winner Jameis Winston did not fail to impress again.
After getting off to a slow start in the beginning, Winston finished the day 27-of-56 for 396 yards with two touchdowns and one interception. The pick came in the first quarter on a pass that was tipped and then intercepted by sophomore Jalen Ramsey.
Winston also carried the ball four times for 38 yards in the annual outing.
We knew that Winston would more than likely be great coming in, but one of the big questions coming into FSU’s spring game Saturday was who would step up to help fill the wide receiver voids left by Kenny Shaw and Kelvin Benjamin.
Well, we got some good answers to that as four FSU receivers finished with over 70 yards on the day, led by Bobo Wilson who wound up with 101 yards on just four catches.
Of course, too, the Seminoles defense looked dominant throughout most of the scrimmage, making it seem as if these guys are indeed the team to beat in 2014.